On February 10, 1950, the Cincinnati Reds sell veteran pitcher Johnny Vander Meer to the Chicago Cubs. Vander Meer, who gained most of his fame for pitching two consecutive no-hitters in 1938, struggled to a record of 5-10 in 1949 and will last only one season with the Cubs.

 

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