IMO I think the success of the Dback's first half was the last thing the new management team wanted. Dbacks are not set up for long term success and have many massive pay increases coming up in the next couple years for players like Goldy and Tomas as well as either trading or resigning guys like Pollock, Corbin, Delgado and some others. We have the worst farm system in MLB. Up until the draft, we didn't have a single prospect in the top 100 prospect list or even one in the top 10 at each position. Judging by the Segura trade last winter for Walker and Marte, who are both young and under team control/arbitration until at least 2020, management wanted to get rid of some big name, win now type of players to rebuild our system and set the team up for sustained success. This winning season so far has only made it extremely hard to justify trading away guys like Pollock, Tomas, Greinke, Corbin, Goldy(who I dont think is untouchable anymore) for prospects. The only trades fans will want to see the Dbacks make at this deadline would be to further this year's cause to make the playoffs which puts them in a tough spot. On a side note, Lovullo needs to, at the very least, pick a 1-6 batting order and stick with it 5/7 games at the very least. Pollock, Peralta, Goldy, Lamb, Owings, Drury order should be a daily given, LHP or RHP starter.