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Money Drives Abreu Trade To Yankees

Jim Callis -

In the first blockbuster of Trade Deadline weekend, the Yankees filled two holes on Sunday. New York acquired Bobby Abreu and Cory Lidle from the Phillies in exchange for four minor leaguers: shortstop C.J. Henry, lefthander Matt Smith, catcher Jesus Sanchez and righthander Carlos Monasterios.

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Disappointing Bell Era Ends In Philly

Jim Callis -

For much of his four years in Philadelphia, David Bell hasn't lived up to expectations. With the Phillies going through a disappointing season of their own, they pulled the plug on Bell on Friday. They sent him to the Brewers in exchange for Class A righthander Wilfrido Laureano.

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Nationals Trade Stanton Again

Jim Callis -

For the second straight year, the Nationals have traded Mike Stanton. After dealing him to the Red Sox last September for a couple of lower-level prospects, Washington got a considerably higher return on Friday. The Nationals shipped Stanton to the Giants for Class A righthander Shairon Martis.

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Rangers Win Lee Sweepstakes

Jim Callis -

With the Brewers' playoff hopes flagging, Carlos Lee's decision to turn down a four-year, $48 million contract extension on Thursday sealed his fate in Milwaukee. Rather than lose him as a free agent after the season, the Brewers traded the much-coveted slugger to the Rangers on Friday morning. Instead of dealing him for a package of youngsters, Milwaukee targeted players who can help now and in the near future, getting Kevin Mench, Francisco Cordero and Laynce Nix. The lone prospect the Brewers landed was low Class A lefthander Julian Cordero, and they also sent Triple-A outfielder Nelson Cruz to Texas.

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