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Oswalt Would Not Pitch For White Sox

SUNDAY: Jose de Jesus Ortiz of the Houston Chronicle says Oswalt "would invoke his no-trade clause if the White Sox attempted to acquire him."  Ortiz also suggests that despite Scherrer's scouting mission, the White Sox and Astros are not in trade talks.

FRIDAY: According to Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune, White Sox special assistant Bill Scherrer "is following Houston."  Gonzales seems to wonder if Roy Oswalt could be the target, given Chicago's willingness to take on Jake Peavy's contract.

Pure speculation, but I wonder if the Sox could also be eyeing Miguel Tejada as a third base candidate.  Thoughts?








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