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When the deadline approaches, names are thrown around faster than Ray Allen can get up a three.
For the Phillies, it has been no different.
Pretty much everyone on the roster with a tradeable contract or that has potential value, has been rumored to be on the block.
Hard-nosed outfielder Shane Victorino will be a free agent after this season, and therefore the Phillies could very well deal him.
He has been linked to a number of teams including the Pirates, Dodgers, Reds, Giants and the Yankees, according to the AP.
Hunter Pence was just acquired by the Phillies at this time last year, but he could very well be on the move again this season.
He is a career .290 hitter and is arbitration eligible for next season, putting him beyond the category of a two-month rental player.
He has been linked to a number of teams, including the Detroit Tigers, according to isportsweb.com.
Even ace Cliff Lee could be traded. He's had a down year with the team, with an 1-6 record and a 3.72 ERA, but he still has value.
He’s a proven postseason performer and teams are lining up to check-in on his availability.
This includes his former team, the Texas Rangers, who actually already traded for him once at the deadline in 2010.
According to CBS's Jon Heyman, the Rangers aren't on Lee's 21-team no-trade list. So it is a possibility that he ends up back in Arlington by next week.