10:54am CDT – Bob Nightengale of USA Today says the White Sox are now apparently working with the Astros on a deal for right-hander Brett Myers.

Myers is a guy that I thought the San Diego Padres would go after but I haven’t heard a single thing on that front. However, we didn’t know that the Padres had gotten in late for Roy Oswalt after the deal to the Phillies had already been announced. You just never know who’s really in or out on these deals.

10:53am CDT – While Rosenthal originally said that the “Yankees out on Adam Dunn” was a warning to the Nationals, he says that other sources tell him that the Yankees are indeed out on Dunn.

10:45am CDT – The New York Yankees aren’t “out” on Adam Dunn after all. There were several reports late yesterday that the Yankees no longer had interest in the first baseman but Ken Rosenthal said it was a “stop messing around” warning to the Nationals.

10:38am CDT – Ken Rosenthal reports that the Diamondbacks are reluctant to move reliever Aaron Heilman. Rosenthal says there’s also interest in Chad Qualls and Adam LaRoche who could both be moved after the Adam Dunn trade is completed.

10:25am CDT – SI.com’s Jon Heyman seems to contradict Peter Gammons. Gammons tweeted that the Nationals weren’t that excited about Edwin Jackson while Heyman says the Nationals “love him.”

10:16am CDT – Ken Rosenthal says the Nationals are shopping Adam Dunn to other clubs as well. Rosenthal says the Nationals want to know if they can do better than Edwin Jackson.

10:14am CDT – ESPN’s Jayson Stark reports that the White Sox are on the verge of landing Diamondbacks’ right-hander Edwin Jackson and admits that Adam Dunn could be in the plans as well.

10:04am CDT – Joe Cowley reports that the Hudson for Edwin Jackson trade is on hold. I imagine they White Sox and Nationals are working out the particulars to send Adam Dunn to Chicago.

10:02am CDT – Rosenthal tweets that the deal is in the hands of the Washington Nationals.

10:00am CDT – Ken Rosenthal checks in on the White Sox, Diamondbacks trade and says that it could now be a three-way deal with Adam Dunn going to Chicago and Edwin Jackson going to the Nationals.

However, Peter Gammons tweeted that the Nationals weren’t that interested in Jackson so I’m not sure where this stands at this point.

9:51am CDT – Hold everything, folks. According to White Sox beat writer Joe Cowley, the talks between the Diamondbacks and White Sox have been put on hold and apparently Sox general manager Ken Williams has an even bigger deal that’s being worked out. Cowley says, if complete, the Jackson deal is off.

9:28am CDT – According to Bob Nightengale from USA Today, officials from both the White Sox and Diamondbacks say they are close to a deal that would send Edwin Jackson to the White Sox.

If this deal goes through, watch and see if the Sox don’t turn and send Jackson to the Nationals for Adam Dunn.

8:47am CDT – MLB.com’s Carrie Muskat reports that the holdup on the deal that would send Ted Lilly and Ryan Theriot to the Los Angeles Dodgers is the amount of money the Cubs are willing to send to cover the two contracts.

7:44am CDT – I forgot to mention the Minnesota Twins acquiring Matt Capps from the Nationals for catching prospect Wilson Ramos. Capps will be the new closer for the Twins.

7:35am CDT – SI.com’s Jon Heyman reports that the White Sox are close to a deal for Edwin Jackson. Heyman says the Sox will probably send Daniel Hudson plus one other prospect to Arizona.

If this deal gets done, it could mean that Jackson will then be on his way to the Nationals for Adam Dunn. We’ll have to wait and see.

7:31am CDT – The Chicago White Sox could still be after Adam Dunn but doing so in a roundabout way. The Sox have contacted the Arizona Diamondbacks about right-hander Edwin Jackson. SI.com’s Jon Heyman says the Sox, if they land Jackson, could then flip him to the Nationals in return for Dunn.

7:26am CDT – The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired outfielder Scott Podsednik from the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday, but it looks like they’re not done dealing. According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, the Dodgers and Cubs are discussing a deal that would send left-hander Ted Lilly and infielder Ryan Theriot to Los Angeles. It’s not known whether the deal is close at this point.

With just over 24 hours to go before Major League Baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline, there are still plenty of rumors that are flying around. There are still names out there that are available and teams that still need to make a move.

We saw a lot of late movement yesterday as both the Rangers and the Padres both made trades to strengthen their ball clubs.

The Padres acquired shortstop Miguel Tejada from Baltimore for a minor league pitcher and the Rangers landed Florida Marlins infielder Jorge Cantu while optioning struggling first baseman Chris Davis to Triple-A.

We’ll keep track of all the movers and shakers today as there are sure to be even bigger trades made today.

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