The Chicago White Sox acquired third baseman Todd Frazier from the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday, in a 3-team deal that also included the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The White Sox got Frazier, while the Reds received infielder Jose Peraza, infielder Scott Dixon, and outfielder Scott Schebler, while the Dodgers got back pitcher Frankie Mantas, infielder Micah Johnson, and outfielder Trayce Thompson.

An All-Star for the past two seasons, Frazier hit a .255 last season with the Reds, including 35 home runs and 89 runs batted in.

The 29-year old Frazier has accumulated 102 homers over the past four seasons.

Below, Frazier and White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn comment on the trade:

Below, Walt Jocketty, president of baseball operations for the Reds, give his thoughts on the deal: