Jason Frasor, five months after being acquired by the White Sox from the Blue Jays, has been traded to Toronto for a pair of minor league pitchers, the White Sox announced early Sunday afternoon.
The White Sox picked up Frasor's 3.75 million option for 2012 early in the offseason, which now looks like a smart move -- at the least, they'll get something for losing his services.
Frasor struggled with his hometown White Sox, posting a 5.09 ERA in 17 23 innings.
The two pitchers the Sox picked up are Myles Jaye and Daniel Webb. Jaye, 20, split time between the bullpen and rotation in rookie ball with the Orioles' organization in 2011, walking 18 with 49 strikeouts and seven home runs allowed in 54 innings. The 22-year-old Webb also split time between the bullpen and rotation last year in the lower rungs of Toronto's system, walking 24 with 51 strikeouts and seven home runs allowed in 67 13 innings.