The non-waiver trade deadline passed at 4 p.m. ET with a handful of moves at the end a number of teams that held tight for no good reason and an epic trade of Bud for Hoes and a Hader. Thanks to that deal all of us were winners.
In the spirit of objective analysis however we present as a complement 10 more winners and 10 losers in no particular order from the deals that were done and those that weren't.
Boston Red Sox: The best player on the move was Jake Peavy and he went to the team that needed him most. Between Peavy joining the Red Sox's rotation and Matt Moore hitting the disabled list for American League East-leading Tampa Bay it was a fruitful 24 hours for the Red Sox especially since they didn't give up any of their best prospects.
San Diego Padres: Ian Kennedy is a classic buy-low candidate whose flyball tendencies – he's got the sixth-lowest groundball rate among starters this year – should play significantly better at Petco Park than he did in P...