2022 MLB Trade Tracker: List every transaction before deadline

2022 MLB Trade tracker: List every transaction before the deadline that originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

The MLB 2022 trading deadline is approaching.

Teams across the league have to make quick decisions, deciding whether to work it all out for a post-season boost or retool for the future. Juan Soto, JD Martinez, Willson Contreras and possibly Shohei Ohtani – if you believe the rumors – could all be traded this summer.

Since the trades are fast and furious, it can be difficult to keep track of everything across the league.

Here is a running list of each deal through the 2022 deadline:

The Red Sox soon replaced Christian Vazquez with former White Sox hunter Reese McGuire. Chicago acquired Jake Dickman, a left-handed loyalist with a 4.23 ERA in 44 appearances for Boston in 2022.

In a simple move between the rebuilding teams, the royals sent third baseman Emmanuel Rivera to the Diamondbacks for bowler Luke Weaver. Rivera, 26, has 92 major league games over the past two years. Meanwhile, Weaver has a 7.71 ERA at 16.1 IP this season.

August 1: Red Sox add former Reds player Tommy Pham

Soon after dealing with Christian Vazquez, the Red Sox was traded for Tommy Pham. The 34-year-old dominated the baseball world when he slapped Jock Pederson about a fantasy football row earlier this year. Pham hit 0.238 with 11 times in 2022.

August 1: Astros acquire Christian Vazquez from Red Sox

Houston continues to load while chasing another championship, adding former Red Sox player Cristian Vazquez just hours before the two teams are ready to play. Vazquez made his big league debut with Boston in 2014, but arguably had his best season in 2022, reaching 0.282 with 42 RBI in 84 games.

August 1: The Astros exchange with Trey Mancini of Team Orioles, sending Jose Siri to Rays

The Astros, Orioles and Rice executed a rare MLB three-team deal, with Tre Mancini the centerpiece of the move from Baltimore to Houston. The Astros have also taken over the prospect of merchandising Jayden Murray from Rays. Houston’s Tampa Bay added Jose Seri, while the Orioles received two prospects: Rise’s Seth Johnson and Astros’ Chase McDermott.

New York is all in for the world championship this season, taking starter Frankie Montas and loyalist Lou Trevino of Oakland. Montas, 29, has 3.18 ERA this season in 19 starts, while Trivino, 30, has 6.47 ERA in 39 relief appearances. The Yankees will send four prospects to A: LHP Ken Waldichuk (No. 5 in the Yankees System), RHP Luis Medina (No. 10), LHP JP Sears (No. 20) and INF Cooper Bowman (No. 21).

The Padres exchanged lockers in a business deal that brought loyal superstar Josh Hader to San Diego, According to ESPN. In exchange for a four-time All-Star, who leads the big teams with 29 saves, the Brewers have received their closest comeback from Taylor Rodgers, who has 28 saves this season, bowler Robert Gasser, defensive back Esteury Ruiz and bowler Dinelson Lamet.

August 1: Braves DFA Robinson Cano after acquiring Ehire Adrianza from the Nationals

The Braves have acquired Ehire Adrianza from the Nationals versus defensive player Trey Harris. Atlanta then appointed veteran player Robinson Kano for the task. The 39-year-old Kano, who was acquired in a deal with Padres last month, averaged 0.154 in 27 games with the Braves.

August 1: The Yankees acquire Scott Effross from Cubs

The Yankees got some help after getting right-handed Scott Evros from the Cubs. Chicago welcomed right-hand shooter Hayden Wisinski, who is seventh in New York.

July 30: Rays Land David Peralta of Diamondbacks

Tampa Bay acquired defensive back David Peralta from Arizona State on Saturday. Both teams confirmed that the Diamondbacks welcomed catcher Christian Cerda. Peralta currently hits 0.248 this season while Cerda, 19, is a young prospect worth pursuing.

July 30: The Dodgers acquire Chris Martin from Cubs

On Saturday, the Dodgers confirmed that the Dodgers have added a new stadium to the fold at Chris Martin of the Cubs. Chicago has recalled utility driver Zach McKinstry from Los Angeles.

July 29: Mariners Land Luis Castillo from Reds

Sailors have been paying for it all this year, and rightfully so. After Carlos Santana’s relegation, Seattle is now reportedly acquiring Luis Castillo from the Reds, according to… Jeff Bassan from ESPN. Cincinnati is considering four possibilities: Noelfi Marty, Edwin Arroyo, Andrew Moore and Levi Studt.

July 28: The Mets acquire Tyler Naquin and Phillip Diehl from the Reds

The Mets are continuing their activity ahead of the deadline, as they have hired Tyler Naquin, a left-handed hitter, and Reds loyalist Philip Dale. Sensi received a pair of minor league prospects, right winger Jose Acuna and second, Hector Rodriguez, in the deal.

July 27: The Yankees acquire Andrew Benintendi from the Royals

Just minutes after they were swept away by rival Mets, the Yankees replaced Royals All-Star player Andrew Benentende. New York sent three cross prospects to Kansas City in the deal for Benintende, who won the world championship ring with the Red Sox in 2018.

July 25: Red Sox acquires Abraham Almonte from Brewers

The Boston team made a slight swap in monetary considerations for Almonte, a 33-year-old outside player who has played for six teams since 2013. The move was mostly out of necessity, with the Red Sox dealing with a handful of injuries to the big league roster.

July 23: The Mets acquire Michael Perez from Pirates

A day later, New York and Pittsburgh struck another deal. Perez would provide the Mets with catcher depth, and the Buccaneers received some monetary consideration in return.

July 22: The Mets acquire Daniel Vogelbach from Pirates

Vogelbach has rebounded in the league since his debut with the Mariners in 2016, but the 29-year-old’s first starting baseman is a solid left-handed bat. The Mets sent bowler Colin Holdman to the pirates in return.

June 27: The Mariners acquire Carlos Santana from the Royals

Seattle President Jerry DePoto acted quickly, and this trade paid off. Santana has had more home games with the Mariners than he has with the Royals this season in half as many games. Kansas City acquired White Mills and William Fleming in the deal.

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