The MLB trade deadline is an important time for playoff contenders to add a key player(s) in order to bolster their team. Even just one move could be enough to make a team a serious World Series threat. Thus, take a look at some of the teams looking to make a move:
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As the MLB trade deadline nears, several teams have key players that could make a great difference elsewhere. For the most part, they would be half-season rentals to be stronger playoff contenders. As part of these potential deals, these sellers will look to pick up top prospects for the near future. Take a look at some of the teams looking to trade away some of their players:
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