November 13, 1985: The New York Mets and Boston Red Sox make a 8 player trade Calvin Schiraldi, Wes Gardner, La Schelle Tarver and John Christensen to Boston for Bob Ojeda, John Mitchell, tom McCarthy, and Chris Bayer.

OJeda will go 18-5 for the eventual world champions and finish 4th in the Cy Young voting. He will pitch for the Mets for 5 years and go 51-40.

Schiraldi also has a career year pitching 51 innings with a 1.41 ERA.

OJeda goes 2-0 in the 1986 playoffs including two strong starts vs his former team. Schiraldi goes 0-2 in the World Series with a 13.50 era including the game 6 meltdown vs his former team.

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