On July 1, 1963, the Cincinnati Reds sell second baseman Don Blasingame to the Washington Senators. The move makes room for a young infielder named Pete Rose, who will hit .273 and score 101 runs in his rookie season. Rose will enjoy a 24-year career and break the all-time record for most hits.
Joel Youngblood becomes the first player to collect hits for two different teams in two cities on the same day
August 4, 1982
January 30, 1978