08:12 AM ET 07.28 | The Padres are open for business. While the Rangers and Cardinals led a hard-charging pack Wednesday focused on San Diego relievers Heath Bell and Mike Adams, according to CBSSports.com sources, the Padres' asking price remains high. One club source cautions that the Padres could reach Sunday's trade deadline without having made any deal for Bell, who has made it clear he wants to remain in San Diego and who the Padres think would resign for a discount this winter. That isn't diminishing enthusiasm shown on Wednesday. And there is no reason why the Padres couldn't trade Bell now, get some pieces back and then resign him this winter as a free agent if he'll take such a discount. The Padres have several trade chips that have general manager Jed Hoyer working overtime: Bell, Adams, reliever Chad Qualls, starting pitcher Aaron Harang and outfielder Ryan Ludwick.