Everyone wants to talk about the individual winners and losers from baseball's trade deadline on Tuesday, and my friend and ESPN colleague David Schoenfield covered that here, but for fantasy purposes, it is hard to find much that really changed.
Closer roles remained the same, as fellows like Kyle Barraclough, Sergio Romo and Kirby Yates did not move. Established starting pitchers and hitters did, but other than changing leagues and ballparks, Chris Archer is what he is and so is Jonathan Schoop. Bryce Harper stayed put, so Victor Robles stays in the minors. No prospects to pique our collective interest suddenly lucked into major playing time, at least not yet.
Regardless, I always have thoughts, and here are myriad from a fun and wild Tuesday afternoon that never actually had me checking out the free agency lists in my important fantasy leagues.
-- Moving from the AL East to the NL Central and to a pitcher's park should