November 20, 2009
By Mike McClary in Blast from the Past,Featured,Hot Stove | 1 comment
On Nov. 20. 1957, the Tigers and Kansas City Athletics pulled off a 13-player trade which included second baseman Billy Martin, outfielder Gus Zernial and pitcher Mickey McDermott coming to Detroit.
So what, you ask? So, exactly one year later the Tigers sent Martin and pitcher Al Cicotte to the Indians for relievers Ray Narleski and Don Mossi, and shortstop Ossie Alvarez.
Not the most exciting stuff but, hey, at least it’s about two trades that actually materialized.
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