(CBS) The non-waiver trade deadline passed without the Cubs making a major move, but they are still scouring the market for any additional pieces to help a squad that’s won 13 of its past 14 and is comfortably in control of the second NL wild card.

MLB teams can still trade for players who clear waivers until the end of August, and the Cubs have an open mind.

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“We still have a ways to go until we get to the end of the month to make those moves, but we’ll be active and pay attention to what we might need to get through the last month,” general manager Jed Hoyer said Friday before the Cubs-White Sox game at U.S. Cellular Field.

“We’ll be open to moves that make us better.”

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The Cubs are one of a half-dozen or so teams that have expressed interest in Phillies second baseman Chase Utley, who has cleared waivers. So are the Cubs close to making a move this week?

“There’s nothing imminent, if that’s what you’re asking,” Hoyer said, speaking generally. “Keep grinding through the waiver wire, keep looking at what’s available, but nothing’s imminent. We like the way the club’s playing right now.

“We’ve got nothing imminent with guys who have cleared.”

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Utley’s hitting .196 with four homers and 28 RBIs in 70 games while dealing with injuries. The Cubs recently demoted Starlin Castro from his starting job at shortstop, moving Addison Russell there from second base, which he had played for most of the year.