- The Toronto Blue Jays acquired over $1 million in international slot money from the Los Angeles Dodgers, according to Ben Badler of Baseball America and Jon Morosi of FOX Sports. In return, the Dodgers acquired two minor leaguers, right-handed pitcher Chase De Jong and second basemanTim Locastro, reported Keith Law of ESPN.
- The Atlanta Braves acquired $388,400 in international slot money from the Oakland Athletics, the A's announced. In return, Oakland received right-hander Cody Martin, a 25-year-old reliever with big league experience. The team designated first baseman Nate Freiman for assignment.
- The Texas Rangers acquired $879,500 in international signing bonus slots from the Los Angeles Angels, they announced and Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com reported. In return, the Angels received minor league righty Jason Hoppe, the Rangers announced.
- The Tampa Bay Rays acquired about $500,000 in international signing bonus money from the Miami Marlins, reports Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald. In return, the Marlins received minor league righty Enderson Franco.
- The Atlanta Braves acquire $249,000 in pool money from the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Dodgers announced. The Dodgers acquired right-handed pitcher Caleb Dirks and outfielder Jordan Paroubeck.
- The New York Mets acquired $239,400 in pool money from the Los Angeles Angels, they announce. The Angels have received right-hander Gaither Bumgardner.
- The Atlanta Braves announced that they have acquired $494,000 in international bonus slots from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for minor league righty Garrett Fulenchek.
Here are the latest trades that took place today involving both players and international signing money. These are notable especially in lieu of international signing day.