Chiti was the “player to be named later”; he became the first MLB player to be traded for himself.
Which one of these baseball players was traded for himself?
Dickie Noles was a run-of-the-mill Cubs pitcher from 1982-84 and again in 1987. He’d probably not be much remembered at all if not for this little quirky event near the end of the 1987 season that resulted in him being traded for himself.
What baseball player was traded for a bag of balls?
Patton insisted he had to get more, and finally the Brewers relented. They gave Patton the $2,500, but they threw in 12 dozen baseballs. And that’s how Fortugno became known as the guy traded for a bag of balls.
Has any player been traded back?
Players traded for themselves
Brad Gulden was traded from the New York Yankees to the Seattle Mariners in 1980 for a PTBNL, then in May 1981 Seattle traded him back to the Yankees. In 1987 Dickie Noles was traded from the Chicago Cubs to the Detroit Tigers for a PTBNL.
Who was Harry Chiti traded for?
Harry Chiti Trades & Transactions
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|11-16-1961||Traded by Baltimore Orioles with Ray Barker and Art Kay to Cleveland Indians in exchange for Johnny Temple (November 16, 1961).|
When did the New York Mets first win the World Series?
1969 World Series. New York Mets over Baltimore Orioles (4-1)
Who was traded for a fax machine?
You may have heard this story before, but if not, here’s a reminder: Kyle Korver was once part of a trade involving a copy machine. The sharpshooting, 16-year NBA veteran gave a commencement speech Saturday at his alma mater, Creighton University, and he used the story as some motivation for the graduating class.
Who was traded for a washing machine?
With none of their preferred choices on the board, the Nets brass selected Creighton forward Kyle Korver with the 51st pick — and immediately sold his draft rights to the Sixers for $125,000. That covered summer league.
Who got traded for a copy machine?
The NBA was very different when the New Jersey Nets supposedly traded Kyle Korver for a copier. Eighteen years later, the tale of the copy machine comes full circle. Kyle Korver’s arrival in Brooklyn as a coaching consultant brings along a very New Jersey Nets-ian story of intertwining his career with office equipment.
What baseball player has been traded the most?
Jesse Chavez, the most traded player in MLB – Athletics Nation.
What NFL player played for the most teams?
Joshua Johnson, the epitome of the word “journeyman”, has played for 13 different NFL teams so far, the most in NFL history.
Which NHL player has been traded the most?
Mike Sillinger and Brent Ashton (both Canada) hold the record for having been traded 9 times during their National Hockey League (NHL) careers.