null null null Baseball Trade rumors flew as multiple reports said that White Sox ace Chris Sale was scratched from Saturday's start, despite not being injured or ill. The White Sox, who are reportedly seeking five top prospects for Sale, announced that the five-time All-Star was scratched after being involved in a clubhouse incident before his scheduled start against the Tigers.  MORE: manager rankings for 2016General manager Rick Hahn issued a statement describing the incident as "non-physical in nature," and said the team is investigating it further. The full statement:Official: Chris Sale has been scratched from tonight’s scheduled start.STATEMENT:— Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) July 23, 2016MORE: Chris Sale intrigue means trade season is finally hereIt was later revealed, according to multiple reports,

that Sale had a clubhouse blow-up because he didn't want to wear "uncomfortable" throwback uniforms.Per multiple reports on Friday, the slumping Rangers and the AL East-leading Red Sox are interested in trading for Sale. It's also anticipated that the Dodgers could also be in the mix with Clayton Kershaw's status for the rest of the season up in the air.Sale, the All-Star Game starter for the AL, is 14-3 with a 3.18 ERA, a 1.01 WHIP and a 129:29 K:BB ratio. He is under club control through 2019 for less than $14 million annually.