The White Sox are involved in a widely-reported three-team deal involving Arizona Diamondbacks and Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday morning, per a baseball source.
At this point, talks are in a very preliminary stage, with lots of contingencies and moving parts, per a source.
Reports indicate the White Sox may be dangling lefty Hector Santiago in hopes of getting Diamondbacks outfielder Adam Eaton back in return.
Santiago turns 26 next week and has been a valuable swingman for manager Robin Ventura the last two years, making 27 starts and 49 relief appearances with a 3.49 ERA in 219.1 innings.
Eaton just turned 25 and was ranked as the No. 73 prospect in the game by Baseball America prior to the 2013 season. The former 19th-round pick has spent the majority of his time in center field and is an on-base machine, with a career .450 OBP in more than 1,500 minor-league plate appearances.
Left-handed pitcher Tyler Skaggs would also reportedly head to the Angels with slugger Mark Trumbo said to be the main piece for the Diamondbacks in the negotiations.