The winter meetings are coming.

Executives representing all 30 Major League Baseball clubs will flood into the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on Sunday for five days of rampant free-agent and trade discussions.

The event has precipitated some of the biggest blockbusters of the past half-decade, so let’s take a look back at some of the winter meetings’ most notable transactions over the last five years.

Yankees acquire Stanton (2017)

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Fresh off a Game 7 loss in the 2017 ALCS, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman made a blockbuster deal by acquiring Giancarlo Stanton from the Miami Marlins. Adding the powerful NL MVP to a lineup already boasting Aaron Judge provided the Yankees with a scary one-two punch. Stanton hit 38 homers and drove in 100 runs through his first campaign in New York.

Red Sox land Sale in blockbuster (2016)

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With the White Sox itching to move their ace and the Washington Nationals closing in on a deal, Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski butted in and pulled the trigger on a massive trade to acquire Chris Sale, sending top prospects Yoan Moncada and Michael Kopech to Chicago’s South Side. Boston has reaped the benefits since, with Sale posting career-best numbers (2.56 ERA, 13.2 SO/9) and helping the club win a World Series in 2018.

D-Backs ink Greinke to record deal (2015)

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After a historically great 2015 campaign, which featured a 1.66 ERA, 0.84 WHIP, and 19-3 record, Zack Greinke was going to get paid in free agency; it was just a matter of how much and who it was going to be. Enter the Diamondbacks, who agreed to a six-year, $206.5-million deal with the right-hander, making him the largest annual earner in baseball history. Greinke pitched well during the first three years of the contract, but the D-Backs are reportedly fielding offers for the veteran as the franchise changes direction.

Tigers, Red Sox swap Cespedes, Porcello (2014)

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After the Red Sox acquired Yoenis Cespedes from the Oakland Athletics at the 2014 non-waiver deadline, his 51-game stint produced a meager .719 OPS with five home runs. He was traded to Boston at the winter meetings along with Alex Wilson and Gabe Speier for starter Rick Porcello, who was coming off a career year. Cespedes wound up becoming a star with the Mets after the Tigers traded him to New York. Porcello went on to win 22 games and a Cy Young for Boston in 2016 and contributed to their recent World Series triumph.

Mariners break bank to nab Cano (2013)

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At the 2013 winter meetings, the Mariners handed a 31-year-old Robinson Cano a contract worth $240 million over 10 years (the fourth-largest contract in baseball history at the time). He played well for Seattle (.296 AVG, .826 OPS), but an 80-game drug suspension in 2018 and the “re-imagining” of the roster by GM Jerry Dipoto landed the second baseman back in New York. Cano spent the first nine years of his career with the Yankees and was beloved by the franchise and its fans, but the pressure is on the veteran to win over Mets fans who haven’t won a World Series in over 30 years.