On February 9, 1984 — After vetoing a trade to Oakland, two-time All-Star Dusty Baker is waived by the Los Angeles Dodgers. The 35 year-old outfielder will sign as a free agent, hitting .294 in 100 games, with the San Francisco Giants, before ending his career with the A’s, the team he had refused to play for when dealt last season by vetoing a trade to Oakland during the winter meetings.

 

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