It may be the middle of summer, but the hot stove is gathering steam nonetheless. The MLB trade deadline on July 31 at 4 p.m lies just around the corner, and with it will come the kind of chaos that's usually found only during the earliest days of the offseason. Some of the biggest names on the block, like Jose Quintana, have already been dealt, but new sellers have been identified since then. No matter what, we're sure to see at least a few big names get traded in the next few days. Below is a breakdown of 20 players who could be on the move before July 31, as well as some key stats and potential landing spots (all statistics are through July 25). View As: One Page Slides Yonder Alonso 1B, Oakland
Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer Close Previously covered Vikings for St. Paul Pioneer Press Also covered Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Wild and Washington Nationals Twin Cities native and University of Minnesota graduate Follow on Twitter MANKATO, Minn. -- Even as the Minnesota Vikings move forward with Sam Bradford for the 2017 season, intent on giving their starting quarterback every opportunity to lead them back to the playoffs, they appear no closer to making a decision on Bradford's long-term future. Bradford said on Wednesday "there really hasn't been anything that's changed" with his contract since reporters last asked him about it in the spring. The 29-year-old quarterback, who will be a
Chris Taylor wasn't even in the Los Angeles Dodgers' plans when the season started. Taylor continued his torrid hitting Tuesday with two run-scoring doubles as the Dodgers became baseball's first team to reach the 70-win mark with a 6-2 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night. The 26-year-old Taylor is 23 for 44 since the All-Star break.