As the summer draws on, more and more Major League Baseball teams are going to start wheeling and dealing.
Naturally, buyers and sellers are going to emerge, and many players will find themselves putting on new uniforms in unfamiliar locker rooms.
While this is all a part of the game, some general managers are even more trigger-happy than others. These guys genuinely have the best interests of the team at heart, and they try incredibly hard to work the trade market to their favor. Granted, some trades work out better than others, but the intent to improve is always present on both sides of the transaction.
Here are the top 10 of this type of general manager. Some of them have already made moves this year, and some of them are likely to by July 31.