The Philadelphia Phillies will be "in on everything" on the trade market following the news that outfielder Andrew McCutchen is done for the season with a torn ACL, a source told Jon Morosi of MLB.com.
Multiple sources also told Morosi that the Phillies were still interested in free-agent closer Craig Kimbrel as of Tuesday.
Philadelphia could allocate more than $10 million for the right-hander over the rest of the season while remaining well under the $206-million luxury-tax threshold, Morosi noted.
The Phillies (34-27) enter Wednesday's action with a half-game lead over the Atlanta Braves (33-27). But Philadelphia's bullpen is beaten up, with David Robertson, Pat Neshek, Adam Morgan, and Tommy Hunter all on the injured list.
The Minnesota Twins are also reportedly in the hunt for Kimbrel's services, and sources told Joel Sherman of the New York Post that the reliever - who is still seeking a multi-year deal - is a "priority" for the club.
In addition, the Chicago Cubs are reportedly pushing hard for the seven-time All-Star.
On the trade front, Morosi speculated that Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Jarrod Dyson could be a potential target for the Phillies. The 34-year-old is earning $3.5 million this season and is a pending free agent.
Philadelphia's acquisition of Jay Bruce from the Seattle Mariners looks like a significant move on the heels of McCutchen's injury, especially after Bruce's memorable performance on Tuesday:
The Phillies called up outfield prospect Adam Haseley from Triple-A Lehigh Valley to take McCutchen's roster spot for the immediate future.