Considered by many to be the top pitching prospect in the game, Giolito could be quite a get for the Yankees. Miller, on the other hand, would completely solidify the Nationals' bullpen. The veteran lefty has had a tremendous season, as he currently sports a 1.39 ERA, 0.77 WHIP and 15.3 K/9 across 45.1 innings of relief. Miller has picked up nine saves this year and was selected to his first All-Star team.
The placed placed 10 players on the PUP list fro training camp. Williams is still in the recovery process from knee surgery last season. Lawson, the 19th overall selection of this year's draft, is possibly in danger of missing the entire 2016 season following shoulder surgery.
Watkins is still not quite fully recovered from a broken foot. Coach Rex Ryan has stated that his oft-injured wide receiver will be ready to go in plenty of time for the regular season.
Word is that Benjamin is afraid wearing a brace would cause him to think about his previous injury too much. The young wide receiver has apparently added muscle specifically targeted to prevent future injury.
Severino will join the Nationals in San Francisco. A corresponding move is still to be announced. Severino is not a highly-touted young player, but he is considered the Nationals' top catching prospect.
Jones exited Thursday's practice early and the Falcons are understandably taking it easy with their superstar wide receiver.
Trade rumors are swirling all around Sale right now, as the ace lefty is not only being pursued by the Rangers but the Yankees are also connected among others. The White Sox, however, are understandably not going to deal Sale without a king's ransom in return.
Marte has been out for nearly two weeks, but is likely close to a return to the Mariners' lineup. The young shortstop has posted a .273/.299/.358 slash line with 17 doubles and eight steals across 300 plate appearances this season.
Vincent has been out all of July, but appears to be close to a return. The Mariners will certainly benefit from the 30-year-old righty rejoining the bullpen, as he put together a 3.47 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 42-to-9 K/BB ratio across 36.1 innings over the first three months of the season.