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Red Sox Fortify Bullpen With Gagne

Jim Callis -

The Red Sox already had all-stars Jonathan Papelbon and Hideki Okajima in the their bullpen, and they made it more formidable on Tuesday. Boston picked up Eric Gagne from the Rangers for Kason Gabbard and minor league outfielders David Murphy and Engel Beltre.

Majors | #2007#Trade Central

Yankees Find Backup Backstop

Jim Callis -

Tired of Wil Nieves' inability to provide any offense as a backup to all-star catcher Jorge Posada, the Yankees traded for a new No. 2 catcher on Saturday. New York picked up Jose Molina from the Angels in exchange for Double-A righthander Jeff Kennard.

Majors | #2007#Trade Central

Cubs Dump Izturis On Pirates

Jim Callis -

The Cubs gave Cesar Izturis to the Pirates for a player to be named in a July 19 trade. Chicago also contributed cash toward the remainder of Izturis' $4.15 million salary for 2007. The Cubs ultimately received cash considerations to complete the deal.

Majors | #2007#Trade Central

Cubs Bank On Kendall Rebounding

Jim Callis -

The Cubs have gotten next to no offense out of their catchers since banishing Michael Barrett to San Diego a month ago. Chicago made a move designed to rectify that situation Monday, acquiring former all-star Jason Kendall from the Athletics for Rob Bowen and Double-A lefthander Jerry Blevins. Oakland also will contribute cash toward the remainder of Kendall's 2007 salary.

Majors | #2007#Trade Central

Padres Risk Little On Bradley

Jim Callis -

The Padres have ridden their pitching to the top of the National League West, but their offense still could use some help. As a result, San Diego took a chance on volatile Milton Bradley, who was a key part of playoff teams with the Dodgers and the Athletics but wore out his welcome with both clubs. Oakland, which had designated Bradley for assignment before his lack of playing time would become an issue, accepted Triple-A righthander Andrew Brown in return for Bradley on Friday. The A's also will contribute $1.36 million toward the remainder of Bradley's 2007 salary.

Majors | #2007#Trade Central