On January 10, 2002 — The New York Yankees sign pitcher David Wells to a two-year, $7-million contract to re-join the team. After posting a 34-14 record including a perfect game, in 1997 and 1998, Wells was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for Roger Clemens. In Toronto, Wells had his only 20-win season.

 


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Baseball Reference January 10

SABR Games Project

National Pastime January 10

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