Diamondbacks reunite with Ziegler via trade

The Arizona Diamondbacks reunited with Brad Ziegler on Tuesday, sending minor-league reliever Tommy Eveld to the Miami Marlins for the veteran reliever.

Ziegler, 38, is 1-5 with a 3.98 ERA this season. He previously played for the Diamondbacks between 2011 and 2016, recording 30 saves for the team during the 2015 season.

The right-hander was traded to Boston during the 2016 season and then signed a two-year, $16 million deal with the Marlins before the 2017 season.

Here’s a look at the other deals that have gone down so far ahead of Tuesday’s 4 p.m. ET deadline for trades without waivers.

— The Chicago Cubs acquired veteran reliever Brandon Kintzler from the Washington Nationals for minor-league right-handed pitcher Jhon Romero.

— The Philadelphia Phillies have officially announced a deal with the Tampa Bay Rays for former All-Star catcher Wilson Ramos.

The Phillies are sending a player to be named later or cash considerations to the Rays for Ramos and cash. Ramos has been on the disabled list since mid-July with a hamstring strain and is expected to return sometime next month.

In a separate deal, the Phillies also acquired left-handed reliever Aaron Loup from the Toronto Blue Jays for pitching prospect Jacob Waguespack.

— The Cleveland Indians acquired center fielder Leonys Martin and minor-league right-hander Kyle Dowdy from the Detroit Tigers in exchange for shortstop prospect Willi Castro.

Martin, 30, is batting .251 with nine home runs and 29 RBIs so far this season. He also has scored 78 runs and leads the American League with nine assists.

— The St. Louis Cardinals traded outfielder Tommy Pham to the Tampa Bay Rays for three minor leaguers.

Tampa sent out outfielder Justin Williams, left-handed pitcher Genesis Cabrera and right-hander Roel Ramirez in the deal, which also included international cap space going to the Rays.

Pham, 30, has played in the Cardinals’ organization since they drafted him in 2006. He was batting .248 with 14 home runs and 41 RBIs this season for St. Louis, which opened the day seven games out of the National League Central lead.