According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the White Sox and Angels could match up on a trade involving Jermaine Dye. The Angels need a power bat after losing Mark Teixeira, and the White Sox are looking for speed and have had interest in adding Chone Figgins for some time. Dye will make 11.5 million dollars in 2009, and has a mutual option with a one million dollar buyout for 2010. Dye has a limited no-trade clause, but he would probably waive his trade clause to play in California, his home state.
Talks have not gotten serious, which makes me think the Angels may be exploring options on the free agent market, perhaps Adam Dunn or Manny Ramirez.
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