It is being reported that the two minor leaguers the White Sox gave up are pitchers Scott Dunn and Tim Bittner.
The 29-year-old Schoeneweis, a starter coming into this season, has pitched in 39 games out of the bullpen this season with the Angels. In 38 2/3 innings, Schoeneweis has a 3.96 ERA and 1-1 record. Opponenets are batting .250 off him.
For the triple-A Salt Lake City Stingers, Nickle, 28, was 2-1 with 1.48 ERA in 34 games and 48 2/3 innings. Nickle has given up 40 hits and has struck out 23.
In 24 relief appearances, Glover, 26, posted a 4.54 ERA in 35 2/3 innings. In three season's with the Sox, Glover is 13-13 with a 5.02 ERA in 111 games (33 starts).
Bittner, a 23-year-old lefty, went 4-4 with a 3.40 ERA in 50 1/3 (10 starts) with low-A Kannapolis, and 3-3 with a 3.60 ERA in 30 innings (17 starts) with high-A Winston Salem.
Dunn, 25, is a right-hander who was acquired from the Reds in the D'Angelo Jimenez trade. In 10 2/3 innings with the double-A Birmingham Barons, Dunn was 3-1 with a 1.69 ERA. He is 6-3 overall this season with a 3.35 ERA in 39 games and 51 innings.
The White Sox have yet to decide what Schoeneweis' role will be, but as of now he will be used as a reliever.
Schoeneweis started 15 games for the Angels in 2002 and went 6-6 with a 5.38 ERA. He averaged slighly over six innings per start. Out of the bullpen, he had a 3.25 ERA in 27 2/3 innings. In the post-season, he allowed one run in three innings.