MLB Trade Rumors: The Final 15 Minutes

With about a quarter of an hour to go, a quick (and hurried) run down on where trade rumors stand.

Adam Dunn--Ken Rosenthal has been insisting that Dunn will not be moved, but a plethora of people, myself included, believe Kenny Williams gets his man in the end. Keith Law tweets that he thinks Dunns should be moved. 

UPDATE: Mike Rizzo says Dunn is staying in Washington. 

Kerry Wood--Moved to the Yankees. Means Chris Perez is the new closer in Cleveland, presumptively, and should be picked up in all leagues where you need saves.

Jacoby Ellsbury--Red Sox may move him, allegedly are talking to the Braves. Ryan Kalish and Dustin Richardson will called up to the big club. Jeremy Hermida was DFA'd, though it seems odd given he still has minor league options. Something does seem to be up in Boston, even though few are talking about them. Alex Speier tweets that the Red Sox had room on their 40-man coming into today, making Hermida's situation more odd. 

UPDATE: Have not heard other names but no one has said anything against it. RotoWorld reports Red Sox and Braves talking over Ellsbury and a Portland sports radio host tweeted a source calls Ellsbury "in play."

Corey Hart--Giants said to be going after him, though they had a number of targets, including Jose Bautista. Jon Heyman just tweeted Jonathan Sanchez was seen hugging teammates in the dugout. 

UPDATE: Brewers assistant GM says Corey Hart not going to Giants.

Octavio Dotel--Sent to the Dodgers. Guess right now is Evan Meek takes over closer job but that is unconfirmed.

Ramon Ramirez--Looking like a deal may be in place to Braves and Mets.

Chone Figgins--Braves are allegedly after him via SBNation.

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