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Two relievers from the Chicago White Sox are apparently getting a lot of attention from Philadelphia Phillies scouts: Bobby Jenks(notes) and J.J. Putz(notes), according to ESPN.

The Phils are reportedly not alone in trying to figure out how to trade or one of these fellas, who are supposedly unavailable right now. The word is that they could both be put up on the trading block if the Sox can't get it together and get back in the American League Central race in the coming few weeks.

The 29-year-old Jenks, who is making $7.5 million this season, has a ratio of 12 strikeouts per nine innings with a 5.40 ERA while the 33-year-old Putz, who is making $3 million this year (a bargain!), has a ratio of 11.9 strikeouts per nine innings and a 3.95 ERA.

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Source: ESPN

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