Aside from the Philadelphia Phillies' dominance in the NL East, every division in MLB is separated by five games or fewer. You can bet there will be plenty of action over the next two weeks by teams hoping to gain an edge down the homestretch.
In 2009, we saw the Chicago White Sox take on the massive contract of Alex Rios in an August trade, and last season the San Francisco Giants acquired playoff hero Cody Ross after the July 31st non-waiver trade deadline.
The 2011 waiver trade period will be no different. Whether in the thick of the playoff race or dead last in their division, each team in baseball has a chance to make some moves to help themselves this season and beyond.
Here are potential waiver deals for all 30 teams.