MLB rumors: Yankees’ Joe Gallo has attracted interest from three teams. Giants are open for sale

The deadline for MLB 2022 trades is 6 p.m. ET on Tuesday, August 2, so teams now have less than 72 hours to meet their needs and improve their extended rosters. We’ve already seen quite a few big names traded in and certainly more deals are on the way. Here are the Sunday trade deadline rumors.

Giants are open for sale

The struggling giants are open to selling and are willing to discuss with anyone on their list other than Logan Webb, Reports New York Post. Outfieler players Joc Pederson, who is currently on the concussion list, and leftist Carlos Rodon are the club’s biggest trading chips. Teams will undoubtedly come to call Mike Jastrzemsky and Austin Slater as well.

The potential availability of Rodon would set another high-end start in its trade market We have already seen Luis Castillo dealing with sailors. The veteran left could pull out of his contract after the season, so he’s likely to be rented, but he’s also a squad builder who can control even great squads on his best days. Southpaw could land in San Francisco a real nice prospect package.

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The Brewers, Padres and Rays among teams interested in Yankees player Joey Gallo, reports say USA Today. All three clubs were interested in Gallo’s last trade date, when he was handed out to New York. Gallo struggled hard with the Yankees and Andrew Benintende’s latest addition He makes sure he plays elsewhere after Tuesday’s trading deadline.

These three clubs interested in Gallo all need to attack, especially on the field, and that includes Tampa even then Acquire David Peralta from Diamondbacks on Saturday. The Yankees can expect little more than a paycheck and/or marginal prospect for Gallo at this point, and it looks like at least some teams are ready to roll the dice on Homer’s bat three times.

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The Cardinals held trade talks with the Astros involving right-hander Jake Odorizi, according to St. Louis Post-Dispatch. St. Louis also considered Red Sox righty Nathan Evaldi and Angels righty Noah Syndergaard, although it is not known if they had commercial discussions about the impending free agents. The Cardinals clearly want – and need – rotation assistance.

Houston is one of the few contenders that has enough turning depth to eliminate the starter. They currently have six starting players (Odorese, Christian Javier, Luis Garcia, Jose Urquidi, Framber Valdez, Justin Verlander), as well as Lance McCullers Jr. on the verge of returning from a flexor injury. The Astros are looking for a focused player in the trade deadline more than anything else.

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