As the Red Sox worked through a delayed deal that eventually sent star outfielder Mookie Betts to the Dodgers, another trade fell apart.

The deal that would’ve sent Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson and additional players to the Angels will no longer happen. The transaction was put on hold as the Dodgers and Red Sox sifted through the details of the Betts trade, which also sent pitcher David Price to Los Angeles in exchange for outfielder Alex Verdugo, shortstop Jeter Downs and catcher Connor Wong, according to The Athletic.

Angels owner Arte Moreno grew impatient and pulled the deal, per the report. There was a possibility it could’ve then been revived, but the Dodgers apparently didn’t think it was necessary after the changes that were made to the Betts trade.

Sending Betts to the Dodgers was initially part of a blockbuster three-team deal that came together almost a week ago before the Red Sox pumped the brakes. Along with Betts and Price going to the Dodgers, Verdugo and Twins pitching prospect Brusdar Graterol were headed to Boston. Los Angeles starter Kenta Maeda was also supposed to be acquired by the Twins.

But Graterol’s medical history — Tommy John surgery in 2016 and missed time in 2019 from a shoulder injury — prompted the Red Sox to re-evaluate the exchange, per The Athletic.

So the deal was reworked and the Dodgers were still able to acquire the 2018 MVP and the 2012 AL Cy Young winner, with the Red Sox agreeing to pay half of the $96 million left on Price’s deal, according to ESPN.

The Twins and Dodgers worked out a separate transaction that will send Maeda and cash to Minnesota in exchange for Graterol, outfield prospect Luke Raley and the No. 67 pick in this year’s draft.