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By Al Yellon at SB Nation in Selected Sites

July 20, 2012, 11:02 am EDT via mlb.sbnation.com

These are the sorts of things that used to happen in the 1950s, when teams routinely made multiple-player deals in order to turn around sagging fortunes, or just make some news. This one's for sagging fortunes, it would appear. The Houston Astros and Toronto Blue Jays made a 10-player deal Friday; Toronto's the team that's been seeking help for its... More »

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Grant Brisbee (60), Jeff Sullivan (49), Rob Neyer (46), Al Yellon (27), Noah Jarosh (8), more+Marc Normandin (5), Kris Vigneron (4), Jason Brannon (4), Nate Aderhold (3), Bill Hanstock (3), Jon Bois (3), Steph Bee (3), Tyler Drenon (3), Nick Fasulo (2), Steven Goldman (2), Jim Baker (2), Nathan Aderhold (2), Mike Bates (2), Ken Neadly (2), Scott Coleman (1), John Sickels (1), Grant Brisbee and Rob Neyer (1), Ronit Shah (1), Ethan Rothstein (1), James Dator (1), Brian McIntyre (1), Matt Sullivan (1), Rafael Rojas Cremonesi (1), Craig Goldstein (1), Rodger Sherman (1), Ryan Hudson (1), Charlie Scrabbles (1), Mark Sandritter (1), Matt Verderame (1), Brian Floyd (1), Brandon Worley (1), Sean Keeley (1), Nick Bond (1), Alex Skillin (1), Carson Cistulli (1), JP Starkey (1), Eric Stephen (1), less-

 
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