We know the New York Yankees and their GM Brian Cashman would prefer not to make a deal between now and July 31.
But, if an opportunity presents itself to Cashman and the Yankees even he knows he would look into it.
There's been quite a few rumors going around that Cliff Lee of the Phillies could be on the block and could be traded, again.
He was traded twice at the deadline back in 2009 and 2010 in deals that shaped the Phillies and Rangers postseason hopes. With Lee, both teams reached the World Series.
With the Phillies falling slowly out of the playoff race with each loss, they have some nice trade chips on their team that they can shed.
Shane Victorino is likely to be dealt, as could Hunter Pence. Cole Hamels was rumored to be on the block, but the Phillies are working very hard to lock up their lefty before he hits free agency this winter.