For nearly three years, trade winds blew around Matt Garza every time he stepped on the mound.
Finally, those winds have subsided, as the 29-year-old righty was traded by the Chicago Cubs to the Texas Rangers for a four-player package.
As reported by Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan, the Cubs received third baseman Mike Olt, a pair of right-handed starters in Justin Grimm and C.J. Edwards, and the infamous "player to be named" in exchange for the veteran starter.
Who are the winners and losers of the first big trade of the season?
Is it too early to even be thinking about winners and losers when it comes to this deal? Let's take a look.