The week leading up to MLB's non-waiver trading deadline, which arrived at 4 p.m. ET on Sunday, was a busy one, with a number of big-name players changing teams. At times, the deals happened so quickly that it was hard to keep up with them, and with the deadline happening on a Sunday, you may have missed some of the trades. Never fear; we at Baseball Nation kept track of every one of them. Here's a complete list of every deal that's happened since the All-Star break, in reverse chronological order.
July 31: In a complicated three-team deal, the Mariners trade pitchers Erik Bedard and Josh Fields to the Red Sox. Then, the Red Sox trade catcher Tim Federowicz, pitcher Juan Rodriguez and pitcher Stephen Fife to the Dodgers. Dodgers trade outfielder Trayvon Robinson to the Mariners. To finish it up, the Red Sox send outfielder Chih Hsien Chiang to the Mariners.
July 31: The Padres send outfielder Ryan Ludwick to the Pirates for a player to be named later.
July 31: The Rangers trade pitchers Joe Wieland and Robert Erlin to the Padres for setup man Mike Adams.
July 31: The Diamondbacks trade first baseman Brandon Allen and pitcher Jordan Norberto to the Athletics for righthander Brad Ziegler.
July 31: The Braves swap outfielder Jordan Schafer and pitchers Brett Oberholtzer, Paul Clemens and Juan Abreu to the Astros in exchange for outfielder Michael Bourn.
July 30: The Pirates acquire first baseman Derrek Lee from the Orioles for first baseman Aaron Baker.
July 30: The Giants trade outfielder Thomas Neal to the Indians for shortstop/second baseman Orlando Cabrera.
July 30: The Indians acquire pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez from the Rockies in exchange for pitchers Drew Pomeranz, Alex White, Joe Gardner and first baseman Matt McBride.
July 30: The Rangers swap first baseman Chris Davis and pitcher Tommy Hunter to the Orioles for relief pitcher Koji Uehara.
July 30: The Diamondbacks trade infielder Zach Walters to the Nationals for pitcher Jason Marquis.
July 30: The Red Sox send infielder Yamaico Navarro and pitcher Kendal Volz to the Royals for infielder Mike Aviles.
July 30: The Brewers swap outfielder Erik Komatsu to the Nationals for utilityman Jerry Hairston Jr.
July 30: The Tigers trade pitcher Charlie Furbush, outfielder Casper Wells, third baseman Francisco Martinez and a player to be named later to the Mariners for pitchers Doug Fister and David Pauley.
July 30: The Dodgers swap shortstop Rafael Furcal to the Cardinals in exchange for outfielder Alex Castellanos.
July 29: The Phillies send pitcher Jarred Cosart, first baseman Jonathan Singleton, pitcher Josh Zeid and a player to be named later to the Astros for outfielder Hunter Pence and cash.
July 29: The Giants trade pitcher Zack Wheeler to the Mets for outfielder Carlos Beltran and cash.
July 28: The Indians trade outfielder Abner Abreu and pitcher Carlton Smith to the Cubs for outfielder Kosuke Fukudome.
July 27: In an eight-player, three team deal, the White Sox trade pitcher Edwin Jackson and infielder/outfielder Mark Teahen to the Blue Jays for pitchers Jason Frasor and Zach Stewart. The Blue Jays then send Jackson and pitchers Marc Rzepczynski and Octavio Dotel and outfielder Corey Patterson to the Cardinals for outfielder Colby Rasmus and pitchers Trever Miller, P.J. Walters and Brian Tallet.
July 27: The Brewers acquire infielder Felipe Lopez from the Rays for cash considerations.
July 27: The Brewers trade catcher Wil Nieves to the Braves for cash considerations.
July 26: The Nationals trade pitcher Chris Manno and outfielder Bill Rhinehart to the Reds for outfielder Jonny Gomes.
July 20: The Tigers send pitcher Antonio Cruz and catcher Julio Rodriguez to the Royals for infielder Wilson Betemit.
July 19: The Giants acquire infielder Jeff Keppinger from the Astros for pitchers Henry Sosa and Jason Stoffel.
July 12: The Blue Jays send outfielder Juan Rivera to the Dodgers for a player to be named later.
July 12: The Mets send pitcher Francisco Rodriguez and cash to the Brewers for two players to be named later.