There's something different about Major League Baseball's trade deadline this season.
Maybe it's the eerie silence on the transaction front less than two weeks from the July 31, non-waiver trade deadline. It is a different game this season. There are a lot of teams in their respective races and the second Wild Card will keep postseason hopes alive until the very last moment.
But don't be fooled. This isn't going to be a quiet trade deadline. It's more like the calm before the storm.
As teams finally decide they're not in the playoff picture, we'll begin to see an intense trade period, and no team is in a better position to cash in than the Philadelphia Phillies, who are double-digit games out of first place in the NL East.
So who will they trade?
Believe it or not, that's up in the air. The Phillies will kick plenty of tires over the next couple of weeks, but there is no doubt that they have some of the game's top trade chips.
This slideshow will attempt to determine the value of each trade chip. We'll rank the trade chip on a scale from 1-10. A mark of 1 will signify that a player has no trade value while a mark of 10 will show that they are extremely valuable.