We are now in the final week before the July 31 MLB trade deadline and more and more deals continue to roll in.
Each new day, another wave of deals and rumors comes crashing into the shores.
A few big-name players have already been moved like Ichiro Suzuki, who went 1-for-4 in his first game for the Yankees against his old team, Seattle.
Meanwhile, other popular targets have been re-signed, namely Carlos Quentin of the San Diego Padres (via Bill Center, The San Diego Union-Tribune).
Cole Hamels, who is pictured here, now appears as though he may not be moved, as he and the Phillies may be drawing closer to a deal (via Jerry Crasnick, ESPN.com). Even if he doesn't sign, he could end up testing free agency waters at the end of the season, rather than being dealt.
So, how does Hamels status impact the rest of the market which is flooded with arms?
Let's take a look at that, and the next wave of players who could be moved this week.