On May 16, 1978, the Chicago White Sox trade outfielder Bobby Bonds to the Texas Rangers for outfielders Claudell Washington and Rusty Torres. The well-traveled Bonds, who joins his fifth team in five seasons, will finish out the season in Texas before being traded to the Cleveland Indians during the winter.
The St. Louis Cardinals trade pitcher Dizzy Dean to the Chicago Cubs for pitchers Curt Davis and Clyde Shoun and $200,000.
April 16, 1938
1964 – Looking to solve their shortstop woes, the Colts trade two pitchers, Jim Dickson and Wally Wolf, and cash to Cincinnati for Eddie Kasko. Kasko hits .244 in two seasons with Houston before being traded to Boston. Dickson had two saves in 13 appearances for the Colts in 1963.
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Brooklyn Dodgers offer a $14,000 contract – a sizable contract at the time – to 19-year-old left-hander Sandy Koufax
December 13, 1954
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