Photos: 2015 MLB Trade Deadline Tracker

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Friday, July 31, 2015

Which players have been dealt ahead of Friday's MLB trade deadline? Check out our tracker below for the latest updates on all the big moves.

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Yoenis Cespedes

Traded to: New York Mets

In a move completed just before Friday's 4 p.m. ET deadline, the Mets finally got a power bat to insert in their lineup when they landed Yoenis Cespedes. Cespedes, who will be playing for his fourth team in two seasons, was hitting .293 with 18 home runs in Detroit at the time of the trade. The deal netted the Tigers pitching prospects Michael Fulmer and Luis Cessa.

David Price

Traded to: Toronto Blue Jays

After making a big splash earlier in the week with the acquisition of Troy Tulowitzki, the Blue Jays addressed their most pressing need by adding David Price to the rotation in a deadline blockbuster. The Tigers' three-pitcher haul for Price is headlined by Daniel Norris, who was No. 15 in Keith Law's midseason Top 50 prospect rankings.

Cole Hamels

Traded to: Texas Rangers

Arguably the most-rumored name to move at the trade deadline, Cole Hamels is on his way to Texas, as the Phillies finally found a deal they deemed worthy of moving their prized ace. Major leaguer Matt Harrison and five prospects, including highly touted catcher Jorge Alfaro and right-hander Jake Thompson, will join the Phillies in the mega-deal. Although the Rangers remain on the fringe of this year's wild-card race, they also will be counting on Hamels atop their rotation for years to come.

Johnny Cueto

Traded to: Kansas City Royals

Coming off a World Series appearance and owners of the best record in the American League, the Royals decided to go all-in by acquiring ace Johnny Cueto from the Reds. A free agent at the end of the 2015 season, Cueto could be the piece that puts Kansas City over the top this season.

Troy Tulowitzki

Traded to: Toronto Blue Jays

In a surprising deadline blockbuster, the Blue Jays added star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki in a deal that sent Jose Reyes and three pitching prospects to Colorado. Tulowitzki joins a potent lineup in Toronto that leads the American League in runs scored by a wide margin.

Jose Reyes

Traded to: Colorado Rockies

Jose Reyes and three pitching prospects joined the Rockies in the Troy Tulowitzki deal. The trade puts the 32-year-old Reyes on his fourth team since the 2011 season. 2014 first-round pick Jeff Hoffman and 20-year-oldMiguel Castro, who has pitched in Toronto this season, highlight the trio of young arms headed to Colorado.

Carlos Gomez

Traded to: Houston Astros

Less than 24 hours after a deal that would have sent Carlos Gomez to the Mets fell through, the outfielder was sent to the AL West-leading Astros in a trade that also brought starting pitcher Mike Fiers to Houston. The Astros shipped a package of four prospects, led by outfielders Brett Phillips and Domingo Santana, to the Brewers.

Scott Kazmir

Traded to: Houston Astros

Seeing their grip on the AL West lead they've held for most of the season loosen didn't stop the Astros from making a bold splash that started this year's deadline moves. Houston acquired hometown pitcher Scott Kazmir, who joins All-Star starter Dallas Keuchel atop the Astros' rotation.

Mike Leake

Traded to: San Francisco Giants

The defending champions bolstered their rotation by bringing in Mike Leake from the Reds for a pair of prospects. Though he doesn't have the rsum of some of the other pitchers to move in July, Leake is among baseball's hottest starters. The 27-year-old is 4-0 and allowed just two earned runs over 30 innings in his final four starts with the Reds. In return, the Reds continued their rebuilding project by adding right-handed pitcher Keury Mella and power-hitting Adam Duvall in the trade.

Mat Latos and Alex Wood

Traded to: Los Angeles Dodgers

In a 13-player swap with the Marlins and Braves, the Dodgers bolstered their pitching staff by adding starters Mat Latos and Alex Wood to the rotation. Cuban infielder Hector Olivera is the prize of the deal for the Braves, who also gave up talented infield prospect Jose Peraza in the trade. The Marlins added three minor leaguers and also ridded themselves of Michael Morse's salary.

Jonathan Papelbon

Traded to: Washington Nationals

The Phillies' lone All-Star representative in 2015, Jonathon Papelbon was shipped within the National League East to Washington, where he will close for the Nationals ahead of Drew Storen. Storen has saved 29 games with a 1.73 ERA this season, but he has a history of postseason struggles with the Nats.

Brandon Moss

Traded to: St. Louis Cardinals

Less than 24 hours after outfielder Matt Holliday left Wednesday's game with a quad injury, the Cardinals acquired Brandon Moss from the Indians in a deal for prospect Rob Kaminsky. Moss hit just .217 for Cleveland this season, but his power (15 home runs and 50 RBIs in 2015) could help fill Holliday's void in St. Louis.

Kelly Johnson and Juan Uribe

Traded to: New York Mets

Stellar pitching has kept the Mets in the playoff race, and New York added some bats that could help put them over the top in a deal with the Braves. Though Kelly Johnson and Juan Uribe don't bring star power, both are versatile veterans with some pop in their bats.

Steve Cishek

Traded to: St. Louis Cardinals

Steve Cishek lost his closer role in Miami earlier this season, but the 29-year-old could bolster the Cardinals' bullpen if he returns to the form that helped him earn 88 saves from 2012-2014.

Aramis Ramirez

Traded to: Pittsburgh Pirates

In likely his last season, Aramis Ramirez will make one more World Series push in Pittsburgh, where he started his major league career in 1998. The 37-year-old third baseman figures to provide power and veteran leadership for the Pirates.

Shane Victorino

Traded to:Los Angeles Angels

A major contributor during Boston's 2013 World Series run, Shane Victorino was traded to the Angels for infielder Josh Rutledge in the midst of an injury-plagued 2015 season. Known for his passionate play, Victorino is one of three outfielders headed to Anaheim in deadline deals with David Murphy and David DeJesus also acquired in separate moves.

Tyler Clippard

Traded to:New York Mets

In their quest to catch the Nationals, the Mets brought in a former Washington reliever -- by way of Oakland -- by dealing for setup man Tyler Clippard, who posted a 2.79 ERA during his lone season with the A's. New York gave up a strong pitching prospect in Casey Meisner, who was enjoying a breakout season in the Mets' farm system before being sent to Oakland in the trade.