The Boston Globe's Gordon Edes spoke to Jermaine Dye's agent, Robert Bry. It seems that certain concessions will have to be made for Dye to approve a trade to Boston - most likely money rather than playing time.
However, Bry has yet to be contacted regarding Dye waiving the no-trade clause. That implies that the Red Sox and White Sox still haven't reached an accord. If they are to pull off a Dye trade, it might go down to the wire.
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