MLB Trade Rumors Roundup: July 29

Ben CallowayContributor IJuly 29, 2009

NEW YORK - APRIL 16:  Cliff Lee #31 of the Cleveland Indians pitches against the New York Yankees during opening day at the new Yankee Stadium on April 16, 2009 in the Bronx borough of New York City. This is the first regular season MLB game being played at the new venue which replaced the old Yankee Stadium as the Yankees home field.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

BREAKING NEWS: The Phillies have traded for Cleveland Indians ace Cliff Lee. The Indians will be sending Lee, along with Ben Francisco, to the Phils for prospects Jason Knapp, Jason Donald, Carlos Carrasco, and Lou Marson.

Now that the Phils have found their man in Lee, the chances aren't looking good that the Jays will move Roy Halladay.

In another deal made today, the Pirates traded Ian Snell and Jack Wilson to the Mariners for Ronny Cedeno, Aaron Pribanic, Jeff Clement, Brett Lorin, and Nathan Adcock.

The Red Sox are still looking into acquiring Adrian Gonzalez from the San Diego Padres, but a deal isn't looking likely. They are also considering trading for Victor Martinez of the Indians.

The Giants are reportedly interested in Freddy Sanchez, Mark Teahen and Marco Scutaro.

Surprisingly, this might be a very quiet deadline for the New York Yankees.

ESPN's Buster Olney is reporting he fully expects Indian's catcher Victor Martinez to be moved within the next 48 hours. Stay tuned.

UPDATE: The Giants are working hard to acquire Freddy Sanchez of the Pirates. I wouldn't be surprised if he is dealt sometime today.

UPDATE: As expected, Freddy Sanchez has been traded to the San Francisco Giants. In return, the Pirates will receive pitcher Tim Alderson.