Rockies make no moves at the deadline

Apr 26, 2016; Denver, CO, USA; Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss (22) is interviewed during a break in the game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Coors Field. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

The trade deadline has passed, and the Colorado Rockies stood still, making no moves at this year’s fiesta.

As it stands, the Rockies are currently 52-53 on the year, just five games out of the final wild card spot.

The Rockies never made any indication that they were close to making a deal; however, it was known that Boone Logan, Carlos Gonzalez, and Charlie Blackmon were the players most sought after on their roster.

If they were to have made a deal, it would have likely been for an arm to help bolster the bullpen in the home stretch of the season.

They could still add a few arms via the minor league system, with Kyle Freeland and Jeff Hoffman nearing Major League call-ups.

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