Winners and losers when all is said and done

2022 MLB Trade Deadline: Winners and Losers of This Year’s Deadline Madness

After it took some time for the action to get going, the floodgates burst and transactions have been coming in one after the other ever since.

Some of baseball’s biggest names are now changing uniforms including Juan Soto, Trey Mancini, Tyler Mahle, Luis Castillojosh hader, Whit MerrifieldNoah Syndergard, Raisel IglesiasBrandon Drury, David Peralta, Michael FulmerHarrison Bader, George Lopez, Jose Quintana, Christian Vazquez and Frankie Montas.

Lost was the absolutely gargantuan contract extension, for which the Braves signed Austin Riley, as well as utility Jonathan Villar, who found a new home in Seattle.

While there were a lot of big names on the road as of this year’s deadline, there were also a few players who surprisingly stayed where it was widely expected they would actually be on the road. These include Willson Contreras, David Bednar, Carlos Rodón, Ian Happ, Madison Bumgarner, Jordan Lyles, JD Martinez, Nate Eovaldi, Michael A. Taylor, Scott Barlow and Pablo López to name a few.

With one of the craziest dates in recent memory drawing to a close, it’s time to take a (very) early look at some of the winners and losers when all is said and done. Winners and losers when all is said and done

John Verrall

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