They might even be roommates.
"He texted me, actually, and asked if I had room for a roommate," said Klay Thompson, the Golden State Warriors guard, who is a year older than Trayce. "Luckily, I do."
Trayce Thompson, 27, has a .233 batting average with 19 home runs and 50 RBIs in 407 at-bats over three major league seasons with the Chicago White Sox (2015) and Dodgers (2016-17). He hit .122 for the Dodgers with one home run and two RBIs last season.
"I think it's pretty cool," A's manager Bob Melvin said of the brothers being on teams in the same city. "I talked to (Trayce) a little bit and he's really excited. He's actually in L.A. right now at his parents' house, so it'll work out well. ... I think everyone is pretty excited about that, not just us on the team, but the fan base might like that one as well."
The Yankees claimed Trayce off waivers on Tuesday and let him go Thursday. He gives the A's some much-needed depth in the outfield but could be headed back to the minors when the club needs to bring up a fifth starter in a couple of weeks.
"Hopefully he sticks, and the A's are great," said Klay, an A's fan. "I'm excited."
In the meantime, Klay is cleaning out the spare bedroom. The oldest Thompson brother, Mychel, is already living with Klay.
"All of the bros together," Klay said. "It'll be a lot of fun. I'm excited. Going to check out some baseball games."