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Quick trip around Major League Baseball

American League

Central Division

White Sox: Jeff Samardzija survives the trade deadline and Sox stand pat with a sub-.500 team.

Indians: Beat writers happy to see Marc Rzepczynski traded just so they no longer have to spell "Rzepczynski."

Royals: Johnny Cueto's 2.51 ERA since 2011 was second to Clayton Kershaw's when Royals acquired him.

Tigers: GM Dave Dombrowski took the white flag and ran it up the flagpole for everyone to salute.

Twins: Losing eight of first 12 to start second half gave wild-card opponents a feeling of superiority.

East Division

Blue Jays: With Troy Tulowitzki and David Price on board, all Jays need is replacement for manager John Gibbons.

Orioles: Buck Showalter celebrates five-year anniversary with Orioles: "I've gotta fool them one more day."

Rays: Honcho Matt Silverman says Rays had no "glaring hole" the trade deadline would fix. That's rich.

Red Sox: GM Ben Cherington admits "we were wrong at the beginning of the season as to what this team could do."

Yankees: Reggie Jackson gets into profanity-laced tirade with fan near Hall of Fame. This straw still stirs.

West Division

Angels: With 30 homers, Albert Pujols on pace for his first 40-plus-HR season since hitting 42 in 2010.

Astros: Carlos Gomez after being told he's going to Houston when Mets deal fell through: "Is this the real one?"

Athletics: One year after stealing the show at the trade deadline, A's revert to sellers' role.

Mariners: Felix Hernandez gives up seven runs on 12 hits to Diamondbacks, most hits "King" has allowed since 2013.

Rangers: Cole Hamels reportedly vetoes trade with Astros to go to Rangers, so he will be free in October.

National League

Central Division

Cubs: Still in wild-card hunt but on pace to put up worst offensive numbers at home since, well, ever.

Brewers: Invasion of Cubs fans this weekend boosts local economy while depleting beer stock.

Cardinals: Despite stellar record, Cardinals entered final day of July hitting .229 for month with .307 OBP.

Pirates: Andrew McCutchen entered weekend with .975 OPS at PNC Park, .786 OPS on road.

Reds: Against all odds, Reds hang on to closer Aroldis Chapman. Is Chapman happy? "Si," he says.

East Division

Braves: Hitting a career-worst .205, Jonny Gomes says he's glad he wasn't traded. Credit's all yours.

Marlins: Marlins manager Dan Jennings says "there's enough blame to go around," forgetting he's GM.

Mets: Wilmer Flores cries after thinking he was traded from Mets, proving Tom Hanks wrong again.

Nationals: Drew Storen moves over while new closer Jonathan Papelbon takes charge, just like Al Haig.

Phillies: Trade of Cole Hamels after he no-hits Cubs proves Phillies can't stand success.

West Division

Diamondbacks: If a team stands pat at the trade deadline and no one cares, did it actually happen?

Dodgers: Andrew Friedman pulls off 13-player, three-team trade just to show off for other GMs.

Giants: Heading to Wrigley Field this week for potential wild-card-race showdown with Cubs.

Padres: GM A.J. Preller tells San Diego Union-Tribune that Padres didn't sell because "we like our team." Crazy.

Rockies: "Jeopardy" clue: "In 2015 shortstop Troy Tulowitzki hopes to help this team fulfill its Mile High hopes." Oops.

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