The Cubs made a flurry of moves Monday night, sending Paul Maholm and Reed Johnson to the Braves and Geovany Soto to the Rangers, netting a trio of young pitchers in return.
But Theo Epstein and Co. don't figure to be finished dealing just yet, especially with some viable trade pieces left on the roster.
Let's take a look at the plethora of rumors as Monday rolled into Tuesday:
For more on Dempster, check out Insider Patrick Mooney's updates. The Dodgers still figure to be the veteran's eventual landing spot. With Maholm on the Braves, Atlanta doesn't have a spot in its rotation for Dempster and it's hard to see anybody else pushing in right before the deadline.
Monday started with news that Garza was going to stay put this July given his arm issues that have kept him off the field for the last week-plus.
But things have since changed.
Jayson Stark of ESPN.com says the Cubs are still trying hard to move Garza and one executive would be surprised if the 28-year-old starter is not moved before the deadline. Stark also says one executive believes there is a "very high" chance Garza is dealt and the Blue Jays are in hard on the veteran.
FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal reported the NL Central division rival Cincinnati Reds were also in on Garza, looking to further strengthen an already-solid rotation. CBSSports' Danny Knobler says he doesn't see a deal with the Reds going down, though.
The veteran slugger has been linked to the Dempster-Dodgers potential deal, but it was another NL West team Soriano was linked to Monday night. The Giants may or may not have had interest in the services of the aging outfielder, but either way, Soriano said he would not accept a deal to San Francisco.
The Cubs may also field offers on Jeff Baker or Bryan LaHair and even though a guy like Shawn Camp has been so valuable to manager Dale Sveum's bullpen this year, the veteran reliever could draw interest as well.
With Johnson gone, the Cubs have an outfield vacancy with the big-league club. There were rumors on Twitter top outfield prospect Brett Jackson was removed from Monday night's game, but it wouldn't make sense for him to be called up to the majors just yet. With LaHair, Soriano and David DeJesus firmly entrenched in the three outfield spots, the Cubs would have to move one of them -- or bench one -- for Jackson to play every day. The 24-year-old would not be called up just for a reserve role.
Dave Sappelt, an outfielder acquired in the Sean Marshall deal, figures to be a better fit.
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