The deadline has come and gone, and the Red Sox have done pretty much nothing.
On the one hand, that's no big deal. The deadline was mainly acting as a precursor to the offseason for the Red Sox, and prices were likely to be higher now than then anyways.
On the other: man, there's some things that pretty much should have happened, even if it was just to clear playing time and roster space. The sort which seems less likely to be a matter of opportunity than of simple willingness to act.
It's hard to care too much. But it's kind of just another strike against a front office that's done a lot to lose the benefit of the doubt since 2013.
Oh well. The season continues for two more months. Two long, long months.