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4 MLB All-Stars Who Could Get Moved Ahead of the July 31 Trade Deadline

Zach Brunner
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Coming out of the MLB All-Star break, the focus is now on the July 31 Trade Deadline. There are lots of rumors swirling around the league, and some include a few of the All-Stars that played in Cleveland on Tuesday night.

These are four 2019 MLB All-Stars that could get traded ahead of the MLB Trade Deadline.

1. Marcus Stroman, SP, Toronto Blue Jays

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The rumors about where Marcus Stroman could be traded have been going on for some time now, with a move seeming almost inevitable. The 28-year-old just made his first All-Star team and has been solid this season, pitching a 3.18 ERA and a 1.26 WHIP. With another year of arbitration left on his contract, Stroman can be more than a short-term rental for a team looking add to its pitching staff.

2. Shane Greene, RP, Detroit Tigers

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Shane Greene has bounced back from a poor showing last season to record a 1.09 ERA with a 0.88 WHIP along with 22 saves in 2019. Much like Stroman, there is another year of arbitration left on Greene's contract, making him a seemingly more appetizing trade chip this season. If the Tigers make Greene available, he's arguably the top closer in the trade market.

3. Will Smith, RP, San Fransisco Giants

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Will Smith has been a great closer for the 41-48 Giants this season, pitching to a 1.98 ERA and a 0.80 WHIP. He's also a perfect 23-for-23 in save chances in 2019. Playing on an expiring contract, the left-hander will likely be changing uniforms before the end of July.

4. Mike Minor, SP, Texas Rangers

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Sitting at 48-42, the Rangers may look to sell. And first-time All-Star Mike Minor would be a hot commodity, if they chose to do so. With an 8-4 record, a 2.54 ERA and 114 strikeouts in 117 innings pitched, Minor has been one of the best starters in the Majors this season. He'd take quite a haul in a deal as he's owed just $9.83 million next season, a bargain for an All-Star pitcher that's under control for another year. Lots of playoff contenders should come calling for Minor's services over the next few weeks.

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