Diamondbacks Take Risk in 3-Team Deal

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The big trade rumor came to fruition when the Arizona Diamondbacks, Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians agreed to a three-way deal Tuesday night. The most established major leaguer, Shin-Soo Choo, heads from Cleveland to Cincinnati.

But arguably the biggest (and most surprising) name in the deal is righthander Trevor Bauer, drafted third overall by the Diamondbacks in 2011 and now part of a fantastic haul by the Indians.

The Diamondbacks receive shortstop prospect Didi Gregorius from the Reds, and lefthanded reliever Tony Sipp and first baseman Lars Anderson from the Indians. Cleveland also receives righthanded relievers Matt ...

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