The trade deadline is just over a week away, so let's round up the latest from the baseball corner of the internet...
- MLB Reports interviewed Derrick Hall, President and CEO of the Diamondbacks.
- NatsGM interviewed Seth Bernstein and Zach Warren, announcers for the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Cod League.
- The Todd Van Poppel Rookie Card Retirement Plan explains how Jerry Blevins was designated for assignment but remained on the Athletics' 40-man roster.
- Redleg Nation says the Reds should get serious about pursuing James Shields.
- Tomahawk Talk says the Braves should trade Derek Lowe if the opportunity presents itself.
- Brotherly Glove explains what J.J. Hardy's contract extension means for Jimmy Rollins.
- D'Backs Central tells us what the Stephen Drew injury means for the Diamondbacks going forward.
- Blogging Mets says the Mets shouldn't pay any part of Carlos Beltran's contract to trade him.
- CitiField Nine wonders if the Mets could improve their pitching staff by moving Beltran.
- Mets Paradise wonders why re-signing Beltran isn't an option for the Mets.
- Splice Today thinks the Red Sox should consider adding offense before the deadline.
- FanSpeak breaks down the players the Nationals could trade within the next week or so.
- Clutch City Nine wonders if Clint Barmes will be the next Astro to go.
- Orioles Nation breaks down Koji Uehara as a trade candidate.
- COSFBA thinks Adrian Beltre is poised for a big second half.
- Cubs Billy Goat Blog looks back at the deals the Cubs made at least year's deadline.
- Tomahawk Take lists some under-the-radar observations about the Braves.
- Wahoo Blues projected how Jason Kipnis will perform for the Indians.
- 85% Sports lists some bad Yankees trades from the 1980's.
- Through The Fence Baseball looks at the favorites for the Rookie of the Year awards.
- The Hardball Times explains why Danny Duffy should improve his performance down the stretch.
- The McAuliffe Report compares Josh Reddick's 2011 to Jacoby Ellsbury's 2007.
- Infield Chatter wrote about the Twins' recent surge in the AL Central standings.
- Lookout Landing explains the problem with sabermetrics.
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