On March 30, 1992, the Chicago Cubs make one of their best trades ever, acquiring outfielder Sammy Sosa and pitcher Ken Patterson from the Chicago White Sox for outfielder George Bell. While Bell’s career will last only two more seasons, Sosa will become an All-Star and capture national attention by hitting 66 home runs in 1998.

Sosa will hit over 600 homeruns and unfortantly draw a different kind of attention to himself with corked bats and PED scandals.

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