The Dodgers have cast a wide net before Thursday's trade deadline, inquiring about starting pitchers and relievers and listening to whatever inquiries they get on one of their extra outfielders, but GM Ned Colletti said Saturday that traction has been slow.
"You know what? We may not do anything," Colletti said. "We've still got a club that's solid, that still has upside to it, so I think there's still more in this club. Have we won four in a row yet? I think there's still a strong run in this club as it's currently constituted. That said, we've been historically active in July and August, sometimes, and we'll continue to see what else we can do."