MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Marlins got a few more deals in before the end of Major League Baseball trade deadline.READ MORE: Florida Sex Offender Bill Goes To Gov. DeSantis
The first trade involved shipping relief pitcher Sam Dyson to the Texas Rangers for catcher Tomas Telis and left-handed reliever Cody Ege.
Dyson has made 44 relief appearances this year with the Marlins, going 3-3 with a 3.68 ERA in 44 innings.
Telis, 24, was 2 for 11 in his recent six-game stint with the Rangers.
Ege, 24, has gone 6-2 with two saves and a 1.00 ERA in 35 appearances between Single-A High Desert and Double-A Frisco in 2015.READ MORE: American Airlines Struggles To Keep Up With Demand, Forced To Cancel Hundreds Of Flights
The Fish also made a deal with the Cubs.
The Marlins sent veteran righty Dan Haren to Chicago and received right-handed starting pitcher Ivan Pineyro and shortstop Elliot Soto.
Haren was 7-7 with a 3.42 ERA and 1.09 WHIP this season. The Marlins also added cash considerations in the deal.
Pineyro, 23, has gone 7-5, 3.69 in 19 starts for Tennessee in 2015.MORE NEWS: 911 Calls Released Of Aftermath Of Memorial Day Weekend Mass Shooting In NW Dade
Soto, 25, has spent the 2015 season with Double-A Tennessee, hitting .275 in 88 games with a .388 OBP.