That didn't take long.
Just hours after the 2010 MLB All-Star Game finished, the Toronto Blue Jays and Atlanta Braves made a swap that involves Yunel Escobar going to Canada and Alex Gonzalez taking over short in Atlanta.
With two more players off our list, here are a few that are likely to move in the next two weeks who may not be getting the same attention Cliff Lee was just one week ago.
Minnesota is going to chase starting pitching and will come up flat for the big guys. They could land a Kevin Millwood type, but a top-notch guy is going to be too pricey.
Expect to see the Twins acquire some relief pitching. Adding depth to the bullpen will get them to the playoffs with fresher arms and to have insurance in case Jon Rauch gets starry-eyed in the postseason lights.
The Sox know they're going to need one more bat to make a run at the wildcard.
They have too many pitchers who give up runs. So they're going to have to slug with folks to stay close with the Yankees and Rays.
Dan Uggla would be a nice fit, but there's too many long-term complications.
Dunn is the perfect rent-a-player. See how the fit works out, let him stumble around in the outfield, and hit 20 homers in August and September.
Yes, Lee has the right to veto this trade.
Yes, Kendry Morales is the stud first baseman in Anaheim, but he's not there right now.
This is Lee's chance to get into a situation that could get him a World Series title.
The Braves want him something fierce but they're just not going to be able to offer up the right package.
The Giants are chasing him but don't want to give up their top pitching prospect, Madison Bumgarner.
The Rays are flush in prospects and need a big bat to add to a lineup that has faltered as of late.
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The Royals are taking their time finding the right suitor.
That works just perfectly for the Giants, who are getting mighty annoyed with the Brewers over Corey Hart.
DeJesus is a nice fallback, a flat-out producer. The Giants don't want players who are free agents in 2011. He has a club option, which lets them see how if he's the piece to get them into the playoffs.
It's going to cost the Giants, but far less than the price for Hart.
The Mets are just lingering around the Braves in the NL East race. A solid down-the-stretch arm is the clutch piece that's missing right now.
Lilly has pitched in playoff races for the Cubs and the A's. He's the September-tested pitcher they need—well, who's not named Roy Oswalt anyway.
The Marlins have to make a decision whether they're buyers or sellers. It's far more likely this Florida franchise is selling.
If that's the case, the White Sox get a power bat to add to the lineup in place of Gordon Beckham, who is having a dreadful year.
Chicago is on fire and will need to keep up the pace to hold off the Tigers and Twins. Adding a power threat like Uggla is necessary at this point.
The Yankees don't need another arm that bad if he's not named Roy Oswalt or Dan Haren.
They simply need one to take the load off Phil Hughes to keep him in their innings count while still giving them a chance to win those missed starts.
Carmona is having a strong comeback year and the Indians are going to be shopping him.
This move will cost the Yanks far less than a Jesus Montero, but will help solidify their arms toward October.
Joba Chamberlain is not the guy this year. They have messed with his head far too much.
Aardsma is a guy that has closer stuff but an ego to accept moving back to a setup role.
The Tigers are going to be searching for a middle infielder. The Ramon Santiago experiment at short might not be over, but it's going to be paused.
Drew will give them the solid defense and OBP in the lineup that they're going to need.
Detroit needs more oomph than this, but Drew's a pretty decent fallback.