Here are some trade rumors from the last day or so that we haven't covered. All come from various newspapers or other published reports.
Yesterday ESPN's Jayson Stark reported some Bobby Abreu interest coming from the Brewers. It was a longshot from the start given Abreu's contract. Today it's been revealed that Doug Melvin hasn't even spoken to Pat Gillick on the topic, and the rumor was placed by a rival GM. Any guesses who?
Something seems to be brewing between the Yankees and Royals, and Reggie Sanders is the name that makes sense. The Royals would do well to unload the 38 year-old right fielder's $5MM commitment for '07. A deal could also include reliever Elmer Dessens, who's signed through next season. For the second trading deadline in a row, Brian Cashman seems to be taking a more level-headed approach.
Another option for the Yanks is Kevin Mench of the Rangers. Mench has been jerked around a bit this year by Buck Showalter and could come at a reduced price. I recently outlined a couple of possible career paths for Mench over at RotoAuthority. His career may be at a fork in the road; he should take it.
According to Ken Rosenthal, the Mariners have become a major player for Alfonso Soriano. Bill Bavasi has stumbled with some questionable signings, but Seattle remains just four games out in a weak division. Don't forget that Bavasi loves to deal with Kevin Towers more than any GM, so he may try to match up with the Padres somehow.