From Dan Haren to Ryan Howard, there are plenty of MLB players who just might want to keep their resumes nearby.
The non-waiver trade deadline has passed, but general managers can still come up with creative ways to replace players who simply aren't making the grade.
There are sure to be big leaguers who pass through waivers and get dealt. Teams can also dip into their minor league systems to promote top prospects. Plus, there are some players who will just get demoted to the bullpen or the bench.
With a 6.58 ERA in his last 10 outings, there's no question that Haren is on notice with the Los Angeles Dodgers. And the right-hander is hardly the only big-name player in danger of losing his job.