While the rumors circulated on Thursday that the Chicago Cubs were putting all of their players on the potential chopping block, across town the White Sox were talking about adding players.
According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the White Sox, who were expected to trade away many of their veteran players midseason, now sit in first place with a 29-22 record, and have got general manager Kenny Williams making plans to add talent this summer.
But who would the White Sox go after? And who might they deal?
Surely not pitcher Jake Peavy and his $17 million salary who have turned out to be their workhorse for the pennant stretch.
They could however, look for more offense at third base as newly acquired veteran second baseman Orlando Hudson is now starting at third, but between Hudson and Brent Morel, White Sox third basemen have the lowest OPS in the Major Leagues (.439) at the position.
What do you think White Sox fans?