They never had a shot anyway with their lack of pitching, both rotation and bullpen.
You could add a top of the rotation starter and bullpen arm before the deadline and it still wouldn't be enough.
The lineup has done well to score runs, but honestly only three hitters are doing great, Carpenter (heading to DL), Diaz, and Piscotty.
Looking at the roster, I think the only pitchers that a team might want are Garcia and Oh. Bat wise, Diaz is probably the only player that teams would inquire about with Carpenter on the DL and Holiday with an NTC and no desire to leave. Peralta? Doubt anyone would have interest but could be wrong and the same goes for Gyorko. Piscotty could be moved but his asking price would be enormous based on what we've seen and the fact that he's under team control. At least with Diaz a team might have interest in moving him to a more favorable position; a team that already has a real shortstop and can afford such a move. Diaz has another year of team control for only 2.5M, and while he may offer a solid return in prospects, I have zero interest in seeing Peralta return as the everyday short stop.
I don't think that we have much to sell, but it would be nice to for a change as this team is pretty bad all around, especially with pitching and defense.