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Mariners Reunite Platoon Partners

Jim Callis -

Less than a month after trading a solid prospect to get half of the Indians' first-base platoon, the Mariners were at it again on Wednesday. Seattle acquired the lefthanded-hitting half, Ben Broussard, in exchange for Triple-A outfielder Shin-Soo Choo and a player to be named.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Dodgers Dump Perez On Royals

Jim Callis -

The Dodgers already had banished ineffective Odalis Perez to relief, but he chafed at that role and accused the team of treating him like "trash" a week ago. Los Angeles gladly found a taker for Perez on Tuesday, sending him to the Royals for Elmer Dessens. To make the deal worth Kansas City's while, the Dodgers also included pitching prospects Blake Johnson and Julio Pimentel, plus roughly $8 million to offset the remainder of Perez' contract, which runs through 2007.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Chisox Acquire Former All-Star

Jim Callis -

The White Sox completed a trade for a former all-star on Monday, but it wasn't the deal for Alfonso Soriano so hotly rumored earlier in the afternoon. Instead, Chicago added Mike MacDougal from the Royals at the cost of minor league pitchers Tyler Lumsden and Daniel Cortes.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Braves Don’t Give Up, Deal For Closer

Jim Callis -

Though they're 45-50, the Braves haven't given up trying to extend their streak of consecutive postseason appearances to 15. Five games behind the Reds in the race for the National League wild card, Atlanta moved to shore up its biggest weakness on Thursday. Trying to plug a leaky bullpen that has blown an NL-high 20 of 40 save changes, the Braves acquired Bob Wickman from the Indians for Class A catching prospect Max Ramirez.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Mets, Royals Swap Second Basemen

Jim Callis -

Barring a complete collapse, the Mets are assured of winning the National League East. But that didn't stop New York from doing some minor tinkering and acquiring another second-base option on Wednesday. In an exchange of Triple-A second basemen with big league experience, the Mets picked up Ruben Gotay from the Royals for Jeff Keppinger.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central