Though everyone was well aware the waiver trade deadline was set to pass as the calendar flips to September, few people expected to see the flurry of activity witnessed Thursday night. The AL West-leading Astros bolstered their roster with the addition of Justin Verlander and Cameron Maybin, and the Angels added offensive pieces in hope...
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