February 16, 2012
On December 20, 2005 the Arizona Diamondbacks acquired right-handed pitchers Orlando Hernandez and Luis Vizcaino and outfielder Chris Young from the Chicago White Sox in exchange for right-handed pitcher Javier Vazquez and cash considerations. At the time the trade was designed to allow Vazquez to leave Arizona. He wanted to pitch on the east coast but was willing to accept a trade to Chicago.
The Diamondbacks were giving up their then ace for a back of the rotation starter, a reliever, and a highly touted outfield prospect. Young would start the 2006 season in Tucson playing for the Triple-A Tucson Sidewinders. He would put together an all-star season and would be called up to the big leagues on August 18, 2006.