Friday July 10th, 2015

Major League Baseball's July 31 trade deadline is approaching quickly and it’s time to start gathering trade rumors ahead of the deadline at the end of the month. Which players might be on the move? Which teams are looking to buy or sell? Below are the latest MLB rumors—check back often for the latest scoops.

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• ​The Brewers have discussed Aramis Ramirez and Jean Segura in trade talks with the Mets, reports Fox Sports' Jon Morosi.

• ​Besides looking for a starting pitcher, the Royals are also checking out the outfield market now that Alex Gordon will be out for about eight weeks, reports's Jon Heyman.

• There is "at least a 50/50 chance" that the Reds trade Jay Bruce, according to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick.

• If the Braves decide to sell, Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that Jonny Gomes, Jason Grilli and Chris Johnson are the three players Atlanta is most likely to move.

• The Marlins will be selling at the deadline, according to the Miami Herald's Clark Spencer. The team has made it known that it will take offers on starters Mat Latos and Dan Haren, as well as Brad Hand and Jeff Baker.

• ​The Dodgers want to hang on to a pair of top prospects in shortstop Corey Seager and left-handed pitcher Julio Urias, reports Heyman.

• The Twins are looking to boost their bullpen, and according to Rosenthal, the Padres' Joaquin Benoit is one of their targets.

• ​The Blue Jays are looking at the market for both starting pitchers and relief pitchers, reports Heyman. Heyman notes that Toronto has the prospects that could make a good deal available for them. Several teams have recently watched two of the Blue Jays' best pitching prospects during minor league games, reports Rosenthal, with Jeff Hoffman and Daniel Norris as the pitchers in question. Rosenthal notes that the scouting presence seems to indicate that teams are expecting the Blue Jays to be “serious buyers.”

• ​After losing Josh Hamilton to Texas, the Angels continue to look for an outfielder, reports Heyman.

• ​The Yankees do not want to give up top prospects Luis Severino and Aaron Judge, which makes them unlikely to acquire a player like Cole Hamels, reports Heyman.

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