This year's trade deadline was extremely busy and a lot of clubs improved their chances at winning the big prize, the World Series.
Lots of big names changed addresses, and most of them landed with teams that were already contenders to begin with.
Without further ado, here are the five teams that came out of the trade deadline as the biggest winners.
The Texas Rangers added two impact arms to the back end of their bullpen in Mike Adams and Koji Uehara.
Both Adams and Uehara are having excellent seasons, with sub-2.00 ERAs and sub-1.00 WHIPs.
Along with Neftali Feliz, they now for a fearsome trio that essentially makes any game against Texas a six-inning affair.
The Rangers already have a high powered offense and solid starting pitching, and they have now completed the bridge from the starters to their electric young closer.
The Rangers were supposedly in on Carlos Beltran talks, but despite missing out on the former Mets outfielder, Texas comes out of the deadline as a big winner.
The Cleveland Indians have been surprise contenders all year, and they were able to land the best starting pitcher available on the trade market.
Ubaldo Jimenez has proven that when he is on his game, he is capable of being the best starter in all of baseball, and he gives the Indians a legitimate ace for their staff down the stretch.
Cleveland sits just two games back of the Detroit Tigers in the American League Central, and trading for a guy like Jimenez can push them over the top.
The Tigers made a couple of moves as well, but nothing as impactful as the Indians' move for Ubaldo.
The San Francisco Giants added the biggest available name at the deadline by making a trade with the New York Mets for Carlos Beltran.
The Giants needed the pop in Beltran's bat in the middle of the lineup, especially since they lost Buster Posey to an ankle injury earlier in the season.
Beltran has always been a good hitter at AT&T Park, collecting 27 hits on 86 at-bats there in his career.
He also provides some stability in the corner outfield for the Giants, who had been trotting out subpar players like Nate Schierholtz every day. When combined with the fact that Andres Torres has regressed this season, the Giants really needed some outfield help.
The Giants had to give up a top level prospect in Zack Wheeler to land Beltran, but they still come out of the deadline as a big winner.
The Atlanta Braves secured the speed and ability to get on base that they needed at the top of their lineup by making a trade for Michael Bourn of the Houston Astros.
The Atlanta starting rotation has been masterful so far this season, but their lineup has struggled to score runs.
Adding Bourn gives them some added star power in the lineup, and his ability to manufacture runs on his own will prove key down the stretch.
Bourn leads the majors in stolen bases this season, and it's that speed which is the main reason the Braves made a move for him.
The Braves are leading the wild-card race right now, but Bourn will help them possibly catch the Phillies for first place in the National League East.
The Philadelphia Phillies struggled to replace departed outfielder Jayson Werth this season as neither Dominic Brown nor Ben Francisco has been up to the task so far.
Adding Hunter Pence into their outfield and the middle of their lineup makes the Phillies the current favorites to win the World Series.
Philadelphia has the best starting rotation in the major leagues, led by Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels, and their bullpen has held strong despite a mountain of injuries to key pitchers.
Now that their lineup is balanced out with the right-handed hitting Pence, they look stronger than ever.