It's good to be a seller on the MLB trade market.
With nearly two-thirds of the league still in the playoff hunt as the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline approaches, there promises to be plenty of demand for bats and arms.
What follows is a ranking of all 30 MLB teams based on trade-asset ammunition. The clubs have been broken down into three groups: buyers, sellers and "to be determined" (TBD).
The buyers are ranked on the quality of minor league talent they have available. The sellers are graded on big league trade chips that can be dealt, and the TBD teams are scored on a combination of both factors.
Now, let's take a look at which teams have the most and least to work with as the trade deadline gets closer.