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Jon Paul Morosi dishes out the winners and losers in the MLB after the trade deadline.
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This is John Paul gross who -- trade deadline recap on foxsports.com. This time here we love to talk about the winners and the loser of the baseball's non waiver trade deadline. Let's start out with the champions of the deadline. The Los Angeles Dodgers they were able to get four very good players to help their drive toward what they hope. Will be a division championship there in the National League west. They didn't get Ryan Dempster we all know that. But they do have and the Ramirez who looks rejuvenated there in LA they headed Shane Victorino on July 31 a veteran post season experience that should help them get more production out of left field. And have been getting they also added Randy Choate and Brandon League to the bullpen now the Phillies also a winner in my mind they were able to trade Victor Reno and Hunter Pence for young prospects they finally got around to admitting. That this wasn't -- year they didn't go all out flyers -- trade Cliff Lee. They did however make a couple usable deals that allow them to improve their 2013 club and beyond also I have to give some credit to the Texas Rangers. In the midst of all this news they were able to keep a little quiet until. That line that Neftali Feliz will require Tommy John surgery that allowed them to get Ryan Dempster from the Cubs at a fairly reasonable price. No matter what the Raiders absolutely had to -- the starting rotation and with Dempster they did that. Now the losers well moderate too many people here but I'd have to pick up three franchises that did not make the big moves that they should add one. The Toronto Blue Jays maybe a couple different moves are leading up to the deadline including one -- -- traded Travis -- to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Brad Lincoln -- relief pitcher. They did not get the number to the start of that franchise so desperately needs to succeed in the American League east so. There on the naughty list also the Cleveland Indians there was a lot of interest in Shin-Soo -- including some -- the Texas Rangers I would've liked to have seen the Cleveland Indians. Get some prospects for Q who is a Scott Boras client and is likely to depart. Cleveland at the end of next season. Also the Baltimore Orioles they talked a bit about Joseph Blanton with the Philadelphia Phillies did not get a deal done there they've been surprisingly competitive this year. And yet they were not able take advantage of that and upgrade their club here at the deadline so they are also on the -- list -- -- out we'll see if I'm correct at the end of the season but there you have the winners and losers on fox sports that got.