Welcome to Bleacher Report’s live coverage of the 2016 MLB trade deadline! 

If you haven’t been paying attention to the comings and goings in baseball over the past few days, you’ve missed one heck of a show—and the show continues all day long.

Are the New York Yankees done selling? Will the Los Angeles Dodgers make a big move, one that involves Yasiel Puig? Are Chris Sale and/or Jose Quintana heading out of Chicago? And what will happen with Milwaukee’s Jonathan Lucroy, who, according to Adam McCalvy and Curt Hogg of MLB.com, vetoed a trade to Cleveland on Sunday?

Keep it here as we bring you the latest rumblings from the rumor mill and analysis of the trades that are completed as the official close of business at 4 p.m. ET draws near.


Done Deals

  • New York (NL) acquired OF Jay Bruce from Cincinnati in exchange for OF Brandon Nimmo and two low-level prospects, per Joel Sherman of the New York Post

Sunday, July 31

  • Baltimore announced it acquired LHP Wade Miley from Seattle in exchange for LHP Ariel Miranda
  • New York (AL) announced it acquired RHP Tyler Clippard from Arizona in exchange for RHP Vicente Campos
  • St. Louis announced it acquired LHP Zach Duke from Chicago (AL) in exchange for OF Charlie Tilson
  • Cleveland announced it acquired LHP Andrew Miller from New York (AL) in exchange for RHP J.P. Feyereisen, OF Clint Frazier, RHP Ben Heller and LHP Justus Sheffield

Saturday, July 30

  • Washington acquires RHP Mark Melancon from Pittsburgh in exchange for LHPs Taylor Hearn and Felipe Rivero
  • Atlanta acquires OF Matt Kemp from San Diego in exchange for 3B Hector Olivera


Let us know your take on all the action in the comments below, and hit me up on Twitter (@RickWeinerBR) with your thoughts if you want to be part of the action on what promises to be a wild, unpredictable deadline day.

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