The Los Angeles Dodgers made a big splash and two smaller ones ahead of Monday's trade deadline, acquiring Texas Rangers ace Yu Darvish along with left-handed relievers Tony Watson of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Tony Cingrani of the Cincinnati Reds.
Owners of the best record in baseball, the Dodgers were able to exclude their top pitching prospect (Walker Buehler) and their top hitting prospect (Alex Verdugo) from the package to land Darvish.
How would you grade the Dodgers' trade deadline activity as they seek their first World Series appearance since 1988?
The Dodgers (74-31) entered Monday a comfortable 14 games ahead of the second-place Arizona Diamondbacks in the NL West.
-- Nick Ostiller