The Phillies’ stayed silent on the day of the MLB trade deadline.

Though the Phils were reportedly in talks with the Tigers about pitcher Jeremy Hellickson, a trade never materialized.

“We had offers out to other teams that, if accepted, we would have done,” Klentak said during a conference call.  “At the end of the day, there was nothing we felt made sense for the organization at this time.”

With the Phillies not making a deal, that doesn't mean the team won't bring up any of their young prospects if they are ready for the show.

“[The lack of trades] doesn’t set back the timeline for any promotion,” the Phillies GM said.

“We will promote them when they’re ready. If we need to create room, we will do so. There’s a decent chance we’ll see another somewhat notable promotion of a first-time big-leaguer before the season’s up.”

Despite making no trades Monday, the Phillies can still be active in the next few weeks. They can still move Hellickson, or give him a qualifying offer this offseason, which is estimated to be $16.7MM.

Klentak said that they have not determined whether or not they would be making Hellickson an offer.