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Len Woods Tears Into Ben Zobrist After All-Star Snub

LOS ANGELES — The final all-star rosters were released earlier today, and it arose numerous questions from fans that were sure certain players from both sides were a lock. Dodgers’ closer Len Woods was shocked when he found out that he wouldn’t be heading to Tampa along with Wally Montana and Mo’ne Davis, and he ripped into Padres’ manager Ben Zobrist after the Dodgers’ 6-3 loss.

“I don’t understand, I have the better stats when it comes to closers in the league,” Woods said, “He always states he bases his decision for the All-Star Game on stats, but he has his boy Issac Humber there. He has Bradley Yard in there. But sure, lie and say it’s based on stats. If it’s about the rivalry, say it’s about the rivalry. Don’t sit there and b***s**t on the season I’ve had so far.”

While relatively quiet over the past year and a half, or at least quieter than the storyline in the previous two years, the Dodgers-Padres rivalry continues to be as nasty as can be. It has been reported that now dismissed manager Alex Rodriguez had asked Dodger pitching to hit Padres hitters whenever they felt the situation was right, but his pitching staff refused to do so. With this, it seems like someone’s going to intensify the rivalry again when the two teams square off again in September.

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2028 SARMLB All-Stars

American League All-Stars (Manager: htennis)

Starters

MIN C Dean Allison
SA 1B Mateo Escobar
SA 2B Jerry Ayala
MIN 3B Wayne Mack
DET SS Alfred Wooten
LAA OF Blake Slaughter
TOR OF Pablo Childs
VAN OF Victor Carter
NYY DH Jason Wood
SJ SP Deshawn Howard

Bench

DET C Harlan Guillen
LAA 1B Ozhaino Albies
NYY 2B Gary Lozito
KC 2B Buddy Lynch
TOR 2B Gerard Huber
VAN 3B Timmy Brower
NYY SS Jordan Levinson
MIN SS Sam Patterson
BOS OF Monte Harrison
BOS OF Mookie Betts
BAL OF Victor Robles
TB OF Jerron Bacat
TEX DH Sammy Roby

Pitchers

MIN SP Triston McKenzie
LAA SP Alex Reyes
MIN SP Rafael Elder (injured, replaced by Martin Spontini)
MIN SP Martin Spontini
SEA SP Andre Owens
CWS SP Daniel Norris (traded to NL, replaced by Chcky Salvage)
MIN SP Chcky Salvage
MIN RP Huey Allegri
TOR CL Quincy Durant
LAA RP Ken Giles
BAL RP Rod Woods
SJ RP Rasheed Battle
SJ RP Louis Hamilton
TEX RP Emerson Blake

National League All-Stars (Manager: JaySlater1223)

Starters

SD C Levi Ford
LV 1B Dom Battle
SD 2B Lino Elder
PHI 3B Josh Goodwin
PIT SS Maurice Mack
CIN OF Shelton Ladd
ATL OF Versailles Ellison
HOU OF Allen Doyle
PIT DH Luke Hood
SD SP Devin Williams

Bench

ATL C Kenny Trosky
CIN 1B Jason Mack
SF 2B Izzy Radzik
PIT 3B Cal Gray
LV 3B Spencer Jackson
CIN SS Jorge Mateo
ARI SS Walter Skinner
SF OF Zac Dickson
WAS OF Ian Cretella
PIT OF Wade Hicks

Pitchers

PHI SP Armann Vilhjalmsson
LAD SP Mo'ne Davis
ATL SP Thad Proctor
LAD SP Wally Montana
SD SP Bradley Yard
PHI SP Lucas Giolito
PIT SP Alex Abercrombie

SD RP Isaac Humber
PHI RP Geoff Gills
HOU RP Matt Affleck
LAD RP Jarod Roby
STL RP Amani Toonin
PIT RP Chaz Kitchen
ATL RP Joshua Harris
SF RP Usa McFarland

Maeda-Matsui sparks 6-3 win for Cardinals

Akria Maeda-Matsui's hot bat helped the Cardinals to a 6-3 win over the Brewers. Maeda-Matsui collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Big game for Harrison lifts Red Sox to victory

Monte Harrison drove in 4 runs, carrying Boston to a 8-6 victory over the Twins. | Box

Young powers Athletics to win over Rays

Junior Young blasted 2 homers, lifting the Athletics to a 20-2 win over Tampa Bay. Joevanni Vega hit 2 homers in the contest. Ian Wolfe recorded 4 hits. | Box

Ladd delivers in clutch, Reds win

Shelton Ladd drove in 4 runs, carrying Cincinnati to a 7-2 victory over the Cubs. | Box

Arroyo's 9-K performance not enough

Michael Arroyo whiffed 9 batters, but the Blue Jays managed to beat the Yankees, 5-0. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

C. Marsh, Giants .4353 HR10 RBI
J. Vega, Athletics .3134 HR6 RBI
G. Brenner, Braves .4213 HR6 RBI
C. Delgaudio, Rays .3132 HR8 RBI
K. Ciske, Bandits .2863 HR7 RBI

Leaders: HR

L. Ford, Padres 28
O. Hanna, Tigers 27
V. Carter, Volcanoes 27
D. Battle, Gamblers 26
M. Harrison, Red Sox 26

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

W. Robinson, Diamondbacks 1 for 20 (.050)
B. Hamlin, White Sox 2 for 19 (.105)
M. Ruiz, Brewers 2 for 19 (.105)
J. Humber, Brewers 5 for 22 (.227)
W. Hayes Jr., Cardinals 1 for 17 (.059)

Leaders: SO

B. Mills, Red Sox 176
J. Urias, Volcanoes 175
G. Campbell, Giants 170
A. Reyes, Angels 170
D. Howard, Athletics 168
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WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

C. Marsh, Giants .4353 HR10 RBI
J. Vega, Athletics .3134 HR6 RBI
G. Brenner, Braves .4213 HR6 RBI
C. Delgaudio, Rays .3132 HR8 RBI
K. Ciske, Bandits .2863 HR7 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

W. Robinson, Diamondbacks 1 for 20 (.050)
B. Hamlin, White Sox 2 for 19 (.105)
M. Ruiz, Brewers 2 for 19 (.105)
J. Humber, Brewers 5 for 22 (.227)
W. Hayes Jr., Cardinals 1 for 17 (.059)

Leaders: HR

L. Ford, Padres 28
O. Hanna, Tigers 27
V. Carter, Volcanoes 27
D. Battle, Gamblers 26
M. Harrison, Red Sox 26

Leaders: SO

B. Mills, Red Sox 176
J. Urias, Volcanoes 175
G. Campbell, Giants 170
A. Reyes, Angels 170
D. Howard, Athletics 168
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Rule 5 Draft Drafted Players

*strike*- returned to original team

TB- OF Art Jettison (BAL)
CWS- SP Chuck Ruff (ATL), OF Freddy Allison (NYY), RP Fabian Hanna (TEX)
SEA- SP Colin Rider (TEX), RP Darquez Grimes (MIL), 2B Matty Baldwin (SA), 2B Curt Smith (LV), RP Ricky Butler (PHI), C Juan Bulger (HOU)
BOS- SP Robert Lake (TOR), OF Elliot Gordon (LAA), RP Aaron Lewis (MIL)
LV- OF Sam Stinson (NYM)
SJ- SS Herb Andrews (MIL), SP Will Houston (NYY)
TOR- 3B Cecil Rivers (ARI), 1B Gil Archer (SA), C Romero Hunt (ARI)
HOU- RP Kyle Anderson (STL), 1B Bill Holland (SA) (Traded to KC)
MIN- RP Clint Watson (CHC), 2B Rasheed Newell (ARI), OF Drake Huff (PIT)

Owners Facing Luxury Tax (Last Updated: 8/16/18)

2028 Luxury Tax (tenative)

Astros - $1M (loss of $1M)
Mariners - $6M (loss of $2M)
Padres - $4M (loss of $3M)

2027 Luxury Tax

Bandits - $19M (loss of $9M, second-fifth round picks)

2026 Luxury Tax

Bandits - $2M (loss of $1M)
Volcanoes - $4M (loss of $2M)
White Sox - $11M (loss of $8M, third-fifth round picks)

2025 Luxury Tax

White Sox - $8M (loss of $4M)
Yankees - $10M (loss of $8M)

2024 Luxury Tax

Reds - $4M (loss of $1M)
Royals - $4M (loss of $3M)
White Sox - $3M (loss of $1M)

2023 Luxury Tax

Braves - $13M (loss of $3M, third-fifth round picks)
Padres - $1M (loss of $1M)
Royals - $4M (loss of $2M)
Yankees - $18M (loss of $9M, second-fifth round picks)

2022 Luxury Tax

Angels - $7M (loss of $2M)
Dodgers - $14M (loss of $4M, third-fifth round picks)
Padres - $3M (loss of $1M)
Rockies - $4M (loss of $1M)
Royals - $1M (loss of $1M)
White Sox - $2M (loss of $1M)
Yankees - $6M (loss of $2M)

Number of Times Over the Luxary Tax

Angels - 1
Astros - 0 (in danger of 1)
Bandits - 2
Braves - 1
Blue Jays - 0
Dodgers - 1
Mariners - 0 (in danger of 1)
Nationals - 0
Padres - 2 (in danger of 3)
Reds - 1
Royals - 3
Volcanoes/Rockies- 2
White Sox - 3
Yankees - 3

Award Winners

MVP
AL: TOR OF Pat Burkhart
NL: SD C Levi Ford

Cy Young:
AL: MIN SP Rafael Elder
NL: HOU SP Dillon Overton

Rookie of the Year
AL: NYY 2B Gary Lozito
NL: NYM SP Hal Burns
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Hank Aaron Award
AL: BAL OF Victor Robles
NL: SD C Levi Ford

Breakout Player of the Year
AL: TOR OF Pat Burkhart
NL: SD C Levi Ford

Mariano Rivera AL/Trevor Hoffman NL Reliever of the Year
AL: TOR CL Quincy Durant
NL: LAD CL CJ Wright
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AL Gold Glove
C: MIN Dean Allison
1B: SJ Hank Oliver
2B: TEX Robby Nelson
3B: TOR Robert Mora
SS: NYY Jorge Mateo
OF: DET Woo-Jin Han
OF: KC Lino Butler
OF: MIN Obrin Pichardo

NL Gold Glove
C: HOU Aaron Johnson
1B: PIT Calvin Hoover
2B: LAD Javier Nunez
3B: ARI Jaden Valez
SS: PIT Maurice Mack
OF: LAD Calvin McNair
OF: LV Felix Stuart
OF: WAS Ian Cretella

AL Silver Sluggers
C: MIN Dean Allison
1B: NYY William Jones
2B: TOR Gerald Huber
3B: VAN Manny Machado
SS: NYY Jorge Mateo
OF: BAL Victor Robles
OF: TOR Pablo Childs
OF: TOR Pat Burkhart
DH: VAN Dalton Pompey

NL Silver Sluggers
C: SD Levi Ford
1B: LV Dom Battle
2B: LAD Javier Nunez
3B: PHI Josh Goodwin
SS: CIN Raul Mondesi
OF: ATL Versailles Ellison
OF: PIT Luke Hood
OF: CIN Don Walton
DH: PHI Braxton Davidson

Waiver Wire

If you would like to place a claim a player on this list, please message me with the players name in the subject. For Revokable Waivers, after a claim is made, the team may remove the player from waivers. Otherwise, you may work out a trade for the player or let the team claiming him claim him.

For all waivers, you have 2 days to claim a player. (See Rule 3.8)

*-Transaction not completed yet

ALL TIMES EST

DFA (removes player from 40-man roster, if not claimed, then you may outright them to Triple-A, or release them)

--Claimed


--Cleared


Revocable Waivers (Trade Waivers, After non-trade deadline):


--Claimed Players:


--Cleared (able to be traded anywhere):


--Retracted (not able to be placed on revocable waivers again this offseason):

Irrevocable waivers (Usually used to remove a player from the 40-man roster without releasing him):

Current Waiver Claim Order:

Present Power Ranking Standings

Release Waivers (NOTE: payback year is the year in which the offseason falls. ex. paid back 2025 means paid back before the 2025-2026 offseason)

SJ 1B Lanny Wiggins - $12M left on contract, $6M fee (paid back 2028)
BOS SP Kyle Lynch - $6M left on contract, $3M fee (paid back 2028)
BOS SS Robin Beavers - $5M left on contract, $3M fee (paid back 2028)
SEA SP Dallas Keuchel - $55M total left on contract, $28M fee ($10M final year (2028), paid back 2029)
SA 1B Romero Turner - $42M left on contract, $21M fee ($3M over 7 years, paid back 2030)
BOS OF Charles Baum - $33M total left on contract, $17M fee ($5M, $6M, $6M, paid back 2030)
SD SP Jay Easley - $28M total left on contract, $14M fee ($2M over 7 years, paid back 2031)
BOS SP Ivory Ward - $36M left on contract, $18M fee ($6M over 3 years, paid back 2031)
NYY 1B Loren Cottrell - $56M left on contract, $28M fee ($4M last 5 years (2027-2031), paid back 2032)

Traded Picks/Cash

Traded Picks:

LAA Trades 2029 4th Round Pick to CIN
LAD Trades 2029 2nd Round Pick to WAS (Wagner)
WAS Trades 2029 2nd Round Pick to TOR (Smart)
SD Trades 2029 2nd Round Pick to BOS (D.Smith)
LAA Trades 2nd and 3rd Round Pick to MIL (Rainier)

Traded $$$:

LAA Trades $5M to SD

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