The trade deadline has passed and the Cardinals didn't make any moves. Not surprising, given the Cards current standing and the high asking price for the pieces the team was looking at.
There was a little bit of a flurry just before the deadline as the Cardinals tried to acquire Dioner Navarro from the Cubs to provide the team with a little more catching depth with Yadier Molina on the shelf. However, the two sides could not agree on the price.
One of the more interesting rumors from yesterday was the Cardinals inquiring about the Angels' Erick Aybar, however that went nowhere fast when the Angels reportedly asked for one of Michael Wacha or Carlos Martinez in return.
So, other than trading off relievers Mitchell Boggs and Marc Rzepczynski, the trade deadline was pretty uneventful for the Cardinals.
In fact, other than the Cubs selling off everything that was not bolted down, it was a pretty quiet trade deadline for MLB. Sure, there were a handful of other significant trade ...