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Early Report Card Grades for the Biggest Deals of the July Trade Window
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From Jon Lester and Yoenis Cespedes switching places to David Price landing in Motown, this was one historically busy July trade window. 

And those were just a couple of the biggest moves from deadline day itself. What follows are early report cards for the most important moves of the final month of 2014 MLB non-waiver trade season.

The grading criteria are simple. For big league additions, it's a matter of how much a given player has helped his new team win games. For prospects, it's a question of how they've played so far and how good they project to be in the future. 

There's still plenty of time for these grades to change, but from this early vantage point, the Boston Red Sox cleaned up and the Tampa Bay Rays struck out. 

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