It's less than two weeks before possibly one of the most robust MLB trade deadlines in recent memory with Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto being the biggest name potentially available.
The Nationals made the decision to field offers for Soto last weekend after the young slugger turned down a 15-year, $440 million contract. From a talent perspective, all 29 other MLB teams should be interested in a two-time All-Star.
According to USA TODAY's Bob Nightengale, seven teams have already made preliminary offers.
They are the Yankees and Mariners in the American League and the Mets, Cardinals, Dodgers, Padres and Giants in the National League.