Diamondbacks open to making more trades

MLB.com’s Steve Gilbert reports the last-place Diamondbacks likely won’t stop at Dan Haren when it comes to deadline trades.

Gilbert reports the club is looking to move backup catcher Chris Snyder and reliever Chad Qualls, and will consider offers for first baseman Adam LaRoche and right-hander Edwin Jackson.

"If we could get a player back that could help at the major league level immediately as well as help restock the farm system we would listen," Hall said in reference to possibly dealing Jackson.

The report also shoots down rumors that the D-backs, Nationals and White Sox were close to a three-way swap involving Jackson and Washington first baseman Adam Dunn.

Arizona traded Haren to the Angels on Sunday for left-hander Joe Saunders, two minor league pitchers and a player to be named.

MLB.com’s Steve Gilbert reports the last-place Diamondbacks likely won’t stop at Dan Haren when it comes to deadline trades.

Gilbert reports the club is looking to move backup catcher Chris Snyder and reliever Chad Qualls, and will consider offers for first baseman Adam LaRoche and right-hander Edwin Jackson.

"If we could get a player back that could help at the major league level immediately as well as help restock the farm system we would listen," Hall said in reference to possibly dealing Jackson.

The report also shoots down rumors that the D-backs, Nationals and White Sox were close to a three-way swap involving Jackson and Washington first baseman Adam Dunn.

Arizona traded Haren to the Angels on Sunday for left-hander Joe Saunders, two minor league pitchers and a player to be named.

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