Wayne Gretzky and long-time Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia might have a cool story to tell.
Today, their baseball playing sons were reportedly traded for each other.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Cubs dealt minor league outfield Trevor Gretzky to the Angels for catcher Matt Scioscia. The Cubs have yet to confirm the deal.
Gretzky, son of the "The Great One," has a .280 batting average with one home run in 250 at-bats as a 21-year-old.
Scioscia, 25, is hitting .222 over three minor league seasons.