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July 31, 2014 3:42 PM

Royals, in part because of financial constraints, stand pat at trade deadline as David Price joins Tigers

A lack of financial flexibility plagued the Royals’ front office as it emerged from Thursday’s non-waiver trade deadline without an addition. The club intends to stay active in the trade market once players start to clear waivers in the coming days. But there was disappointment in an inability to execute any moves on Thursday. “There was just nothing that really presented itself that we felt would work at the end of the day,” general manager Dayton Moore said.

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