On May 5, 1930 — The Red Sox trade Red Ruffing to the Yankees for $50,000 and Cedric Durst, who will hit .245 in 102 games during his only season in Boston. New York’s new right-hander, a future Hall of Famer, will post a 231-124 (.651) record along with an ERA of 3.47 during his 15 seasons with the Bronx ball club.

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