Did you know? 2015 Trade Deadline by the numbers

Did you know? 2015 Trade Deadline by the numbers

A hectic eight-day stretch for Major League Baseball came to a frantic end at 4 p.m. ET on Friday when the non-waiver Trade Deadline finally arrived.

The trade season began in earnest on July 23, when the A's sent Scott Kazmir to the Astros -- the first big move expected prior to Friday's hotly anticipated Deadline. Shortly afterward, the Pirates made their first move by acquiring Aramis Ramirez from the Brewers.

By Sunday, Johnny Cueto was on the move and the pre-deadline rush was on, coming to an official end Friday afternoon. Here's a look at some of the more interesting facts and figures from this year's Trade Deadline.

Total number of deals completed since July 23: 38

Total number of players involved: 112

Total number of player-for-player trades (excludes deals exclusively for cash considerations or a player to be named later): 33

Total number of deals completed/announced on Deadline day: 15

Number of teams involved in player-for-player trades: 28

Teams that made no player-for-player trades: White Sox, D-backs

Teams involved in the most trades:
• Pirates with six (Aramis Ramirez, Joe Blanton, Joakim Soria, J.A. Happ, Michael Morse in; Justin Sellers out)
• Blue Jays with five (Troy Tulowitzki, David Price, Mark Lowe, Ben Revere in; Felix Doubront out)
• A's with five (Doubront in; Kazmir, Ben Zobrist, Tyler Clippard, Ryan Cook out)

Number of Major Leaguers-for-prospects deals: 27

BIGGEST BUYERS
• Blue Jays: Tulowitzki, Price, Revere, Lowe, LaTroy Hawkins
• Mets: Juan Uribe, Kelly Johnson, Clippard, Yoenis Cespedes
• Pirates: Ramirez, Soria, Happ, Blanton, Morse
• Astros: Kazmir, Carlos Gomez, Mike Fiers
• Rangers: Cole Hamels, Jake Diekman, Sam Dyson
• Angels: Shane Victorino, David DeJesus, David Murphy
• Cardinals: Steve Cishek, Brandon Moss, Jonathan Broxton
• Dodgers: Alex Wood, Mat Latos, Jim Johnson, Luis Avilan
• Royals: Cueto, Zobrist

BIGGEST SELLERS
• Brewers: Ramirez, Gomez, Fiers, Broxton, Gerardo Parra
• Phillies: Hamels, Revere, Diekman, Jonathan Papelbon
• A's: Kazmir, Clippard, Zobrist
• Tigers: Price, Cespedes, Soria
• Reds: Cueto, Mike Leake

Highest prospect ranking of any player traded: left-hander Daniel Norris, No. 25

Top 100 prospects moved: nine
Norris (25), Jose Peraza (30), Brett Phillips (39), Jeff Hoffman (58), Jake Thompson (60), Nick Williams (64), Jorge Alfaro (69), Domingo Santana (87), Rob Kaminsky (88)

Former first-round Draft picks moved: 17

Highest Draft pick of any player traded: Price, first overall in 2007

Former All-Stars traded: 20

Most All-Star selections by any player moved: Papelbon (six), Tulowitzki and Price (five), Jose Reyes (four)

Former Cy Young winners moved: Price, American League Cy Young in 2012

Biggest trade: 13 players involved in the Dodgers-Braves-Marlins three-way trade, along with a competitive balance pick and cash

Highest career WAR among players traded: Hamels (43.1), Tulowitzki (39.7), Zobrist (37.3), Reyes (37.1), Haren (32.4), Ramirez (32.3)

Adam Berry is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @adamdberry. Paul Casella is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.