The world of baseball was fixated on which major leaguers would be switching uniforms prior to yesterday's 4 p.m. ET trade deadline. After a slow build-up, there was a massive crescendo of activity right at -- and mostly after -- the deadline.
Nearly every relief pitcher on the planet was traded to the National League East in some form or fashion, while the Houston Astros made the biggest splash and landed a third ace in Zack Greinke to go with Justin Verlander and Gerrit Cole. Those already in the majors grab the headlines, but in order to acquire those players, teams had to part with prospects -- a whole lot, in fact.
Let's look at some of the biggest names moved and how they may make an impact for their new organization.
Kolby Allard, SP, Texas Rangers
Allard moves a bit west in a