MLB Trade Deadline: Who's left on the trading block?
Kelley L Cox / USA TODAY Sports

One of baseball's most exciting and chaotic days is upon us Monday thanks to the MLB trade deadline at 4 p.m. ET.

With some teams scurrying to improve their rosters in anticipation of playoff runs and others looking to stock up their farm systems amid bleak season outlooks, a plethora of moves are expected.

Here are the names still out there on the trading block that could wind up on different clubs by late this afternoon:

Note: All names listed below have been involved in reported trade talks.

Baltimore Orioles

Brad Brach RP
Zach Britton RP

The Orioles aren't completely out of it in the AL East, which might explain their acquisition of Jeremy Hellickson, but if they deal anyone, expect it to be Brach or Britton, who are garnering tons of interest.

Cincinnati Reds

Zack Cozart SS
Raisel Iglesias RP

The one-time All-Star Cozart could be on the move despite being on the DL, as it's been reported he's highly unlikely to sign an extension with the rebuilding Reds.

Chicago White Sox

Tyler Clippard RP
Miguel Gonzalez SP
Derek Holland SP
James Shields SP

After dealing away almost everything to restock their farm, the White Sox are reportedly interested in continuing to clean house and get as many assets as they can for what they have left.

Detroit Tigers

Jose Iglesias SS
Ian Kinsler 2B
Justin Verlander SP

According to a report, Verlander may not be going anywhere, but stranger things have happened. Kinsler and Iglesias are drawing interest, with the Brewers reportedly being involved in Kinsler talks.

Los Angeles Angels

David Hernandez RP
Bud Norris RP
Blake Parker RP
Yusmeiro Petit RP

Even after a disastrous loss to the Blue Jays on Sunday, the Angels' bullpen is drawing interest from teams, with a handful of their veterans having turn-around seasons.

Miami Marlins

A.J. Ellis C
Dee Gordon 2B
Marcell Ozuna OF
Giancarlo Stanton OF
Dan Straily SP
Christian Yelich OF
Edinson Volquez SP

There has been plenty of interest in a number of the Marlins' big stars, but it's doubtful they'll make any kind of blockbuster involving Stanton with the sale of their team not yet resolved.

Minnesota Twins

Brian Dozier 2B
Brandon Kintzler RP
Ervin Santana SP

The Twins looked to be in contention in the AL Central, but with them falling out of it as of late, they dealt Jaime Garcia to the Yankees. That could just be the beginning.

New York Mets

Jerry Blevins RP
Jay Bruce OF
Asdrubal Cabrera IF
Curtis Granderson OF
Addison Reed (acquired by BOS) RP
Rene Rivera C

The Mets, whom everyone expected to be sellers at the deadline, acquired AJ Ramos on Friday, which could just be a potential replacement for Reed, who was dealt to the Red Sox on Monday. Will they find a suitor for Granderson or Bruce?

Oakland Athletics

Yonder Alonso 1B
Santiago Casilla RP
Sonny Gray SP
Jed Lowrie 2B

Gray is expected to end up in a Yankees uniform by the end of the day, but a trade hasn't been resolved yet. Will it include Alonso as well?

Texas Rangers

Andrew Cashner SP
Yu Darvish SP
Carlos Gomez OF
Jeremy Jeffress RP
Keone Kela RP
Mike Napoli 1B/DH

Darvish is the deadline's hottest topic, and, with the Rangers already dealing Jonathan Lucroy on Sunday, they might be ready for a fire sale. They could get a ton with what they have available as trade chips.

San Diego Padres

Jhoulys Chacin SP
Brad Hand RP
Clayton Richard SP

Hand has been a person of interest of many clubs for weeks, but Padres GM A.J. Preller is asking for the moon in return, which could leave him empty-handed.

San Francisco Giants

Johnny Cueto SP
Jeff Samardzija SP
Denard Span OF
Hunter Strickland RP

The Giants are suffering through a horrific season, which could force them to trade away Samardzija or Cueto, although it'll be tough with both pitchers tied to long-term, big-money deals (Cueto can opt out of his contract at season's end).

St. Louis Cardinals

Randal Grichuk OF
Lance Lynn SP
Tommy Pham OF
Trevor Rosenthal RP

Are the Cardinals buyers or sellers? They've shown interest in Josh Donaldson, but appear willing to trade Lynn. They're only 4 1/2 games back in the NL Central, so only their front office knows the way they're going to go.

Toronto Blue Jays

Jose Bautista OF
Marco Estrada SP
J.A. Happ SP
Francisco Liriano SP
Joe Smith RP

The expectations were high, and the Blue Jays haven't delivered. With the team stuck in the AL East's basement, it may be time for Mark Shapiro and Ross Atkins to cut the cord and deal some of its veterans, including Bautista, a franchise icon who has been with Toronto for a decade.

MLB Trade Deadline: Who's left on the trading block?
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