On April 21, 1966 — The Phillies obtain Larry Jackson and Bob Buhl from the Cubs in exchange for future Hall of Fame hurler Ferguson Jenkins, outfielder Adolfo Phillips, and first baseman/outfielder John Herrnstein. The pair of right-handers will post a 47-53 record collectively for Philadelphia as Chicago’s new moundsman will win twenty or more games for six consecutive seasons starting in 1967.

Fergie goes on to win 20 games 6 years in a row for the Cubs. In his 19-year career (1965-1983), Jenkins will garner 284 wins, 49 shutouts, & 3192 strikeouts. The 3X All-Star will win a NL Cy Young Award in 1971 and is inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1991.