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Is Anthony Rizzo going to the Yankees?

Chicago Cubs trade Anthony Rizzo to the New York Yankees for 2 prospects. 'All good things come to an end,' the first baseman says after leaving Wrigley Field. Anthony Rizzo was in the Chicago Cubs parking lot Thursday afternoon when he found out he had been traded to the New York Yankees. Chicago TribuneAnthony Rizzo: Chicago Cubs trade him to New York Yankees

What did the Yankees trade for Rizzo?

The New York Yankees traded for Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo on Thursday, sending two minor-league prospects in exchange. The Yankees sent right-handed pitcher Alexander Vizcaíno (their No. 9 prospect) and outfielder Kevin Alcantara (their No. 13 prospect) to the Cubs. The AthleticYankees trade for Cubs' Anthony Rizzo

When is the trade deadline?

When is the 2021 MLB trade deadline? Baseball's trade deadline is on Friday, July 30 at 4 p.m. ET. USA TODAYWhen is MLB trade deadline? Rumors surround baseball world ahead of July 30

Who did the Yankees trade for Joey Gallo?

This is a guy that really defends and can run and do all those things.” The Yankees traded four prospects — the Class AAA right-handed starter Glenn Otto and three Class A infielders — to the Rangers for Gallo and Joely Rodriguez, a left-handed reliever. The New York TimesYankees Acquire Joey Gallo In Trade With Rangers

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