The Aug. 2 MLB trade deadline is now less than a month away, and the biggest unknown is what the long shot-but-not-out-of-it teams -- Texas, Anaheim, Seattle, Miami -- will end up doing.
Their approach to the deadline could add a little more depth to a trade market that is thin compared to last year's, when big names like Max Scherzer, Trea Turner, Jose Berrios, Kyle Schwarber, Joey Gallo, Craig Kimbrel, Kris Bryant, Javier Baez, Anthony Rizzo and Starling Marte were traded.
Our list of 148 players who might be available from a month ago hasn't changed a whole lot. As Jeff Passan pointed out, the top pending free agents -- including Turner, Aaron Judge, Joe Musgrove, Jacob deGrom (if he opts out) and Carlos Correa (if he opts out) -- all play for contenders and aren't going anywhere.
Still, as always, there should still be plenty of wheeling and dealing.
So, let's take a look at all 30 teams and find one player each team might acquire or trade away with the 6 p.m. ET deadline approaching on Aug. 2.
When you have a chance to break the single-season record for wins, you don't have a lot of holes -- and that's the case with the Yankees. They have spent most of the season leading the American League in both runs scored and fewest runs allowed, which would match the feat of the 1998 club that won 114 games.