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Mets, Royals Swap Pitching

Matt Meyers -

With Kansas City having to fill a number of holes in their rotation coupled with their frustration with righthander Ambiorix Burgos, the Royals shipped the reliever to the Mets in exchange for Mets for Brian Bannister.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Diamondbacks, Reds Swap Prospects

Jim Callis -

Teams usually don't make trades during the playoffs, but the Diamondbacks and Reds did so on Friday. Arizona didn't figure to reinstate Double-A Southern League home run champ Jerry Gil to its 40-man roster this offseason, so it shipped him to Cincinnati for high Class A righthander Abe Woody. The Reds added Gil to their 40-man roster.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Dodgers Add Anderson To Bench

Jim Callis -

The National League West-leading Dodgers added to their bench just before Thursday's deadline for acquiring players who will be eligible for postseason play. Los Angeles picked up Marlon Anderson from the Nationals in exchange for Rookie-ball righthander Jhonny Nunez. Washington also kicked in some cash to cover part of Anderson's remaining contract.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Braves Keep Striving, Deal For Ward

Jim Callis -

Though they rank eighth in the National League wild-card race, the Braves haven't given up hope of making the playoffs for the 15th consecutive season. They added to their bench on Thursday by acquiring Daryle Ward from the Nationals for Class A righthander Luis Atilano.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Cubs Send Nevin Back To AL

Jim Callis -

The Cubs traded for Phil Nevin in May, when they still hoped to contend and needed an injury replacement for Derrek Lee. Chicago's situation has changed drastically since then, so it sent Nevin to the Twins for a player to be named on Thursday, the last day players could be dealt and remain eligible for the postseason. The Cubs also contributed cash toward Nevin's 2006 salary.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Padres Pay Dearly For Month Of Wells

Jim Callis -

The National League playoff races are extremely tight, with only the Mets assured of a postseason berth and 10 clubs within five games of one of the other three spots. With several teams looking for starting pitching help and little available, the Padres parted with a quality catching prospect on Thursday to obtain David Wells from the Red Sox. The deal officially was consumated for a player to be named, but baseball sources have confirmed that Boston will receive George Kottaras.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central

Desperate Bosox Add Burns To Bullpen

Jim Callis -

The Red Sox are nosediving out of playoff contention, in part because their pitching staff has imploded. Boston made a minor move Monday in an attempt to bolster its bullpen, acquiring Mike Burns from the Reds for Tim Bausher and cash in an exchange of Triple-A righthanders.

Majors | #2006#Trade Central