The waiting is getting a bit old, and in the meantime, there isn’t much for White Sox closer David Robertson to say.

“I’m still here. That’s all I got,’’ Robertson said before taking the field to stretch and shag batting practice fly balls before the Sox played the Dodgers Tuesday at Guaranteed Rate Field.

An hour or so later, the Tigers announced their trade of outfielder J.D. Martinez to the Diamondbacks for three prospects. Robertson knows he’s being shopped by the rebuilding Sox, who are selling as the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline draws nearer.

Third baseman Todd Frazier knows he’s on the block, too, and he was announced as a healthy scratch a half hour before the game, raising speculation a trade could be imminent with the Red Sox as the leading contender. Unlike Robertson, Frazier was open and frank about discussing his situation.

“It’s whatever. It doesn’t really bother me,’’ Frazier said. “It’s just one of those things, like it’s ongoing. It goes on for a while until really something happens.’’

Frazier said he would like to see it come to a conclusion.