The New York Yankees have acquired infielder Todd Frazier and relievers David Robertson and Tommy Kahnle from the Chicago White Sox for reliever Tyler Clippard and three prospects.
Those prospects: Blake Rutherford, Tito Polo and Ian Clarkin. More on these three below.
The deal was announced Tuesday night, less than two weeks before the nonwaiver trade deadline.
Frazier, 31, is a free agent after this season who has mostly been a third baseman in his career. He can also, however, play first. He's hitting .207/.328/.432 with 15 doubles, 16 homers and 44 RBI this season.
Robertson spent the first seven seasons of his career with the Yankees, so this would mark a reunion. This season, he's closed down 13 of 14 saves with a 2.70 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 47 strikeouts in 33 1/3 innings.
Rutherford was the Yankees' first-round pick in 2016. The center fielder is hitting .281/.342/.391 with 20 doubles, two triples, two homers, 30 RBI, 41 runs and nine steals in 71 games for Class A Charleston this season.
Those who watched the World Baseball Classic might recognize Polo's name from Colombia. In 72 games this season between High-A and Double-A, he's hitting .298/.358/.446 with 13 doubles, seven triples, five homers, 36 RBI, 55 runs and 25 steals.
The Yankees are aiming for a playoff run, while the White Sox made their second big trade in a week - last Thursday, they sent ace Jose Quintana to the crosstown Cubs for four minor leaguers.
>>White Sox To Call Up Moncada
White Sox fans will catch a glimpse of the future immediately after a blockbuster trade sent slugger Todd Frazier to the Yankees.
In the aftermath of the trade, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn announced that top prospect Yoan Moncada would join the big-league club on Wednesday.
Not only Moncada he the top prospect the White Sox have -- and he was the main piece in the Chris Sale trade over the winter -- but he's considered by most outlets to be the top prospect in all of baseball.
To great fanfare, the Red Sox signed Moncada after he defected from Cuba in 2015 to a $31.5 million signing bonus, shattering their bonus pool allotment.
Moncada, 21, hit .285/.381/.452 with nine doubles, three triples, 12 homers, 36 RBI, 57 runs and 17 stolen bases in 79 Triple-A games before Tuesday night.
Moncada has mostly played second base in the minors but does have some limited experience at third if the team wants to try him at the hot corner as the heir to Frazier. Yolmer Sanchez also has some experience at third base and could be a candidate to move if the team wants to keep their prized prospect at his more comfortable position.