Harry Chiti. In 1962, Harry Chiti was traded from the Cleveland Indians to the New York Mets for the proverbial 'player to be named later'. In 15 games for the Mets, Chiti batted .195. He was sent back to the Indians two months after the trade as the 'player to be named later'. He didn't play another game in the majors after being returned to the Indians.
he traded himself for his gold
No player with the most hits in MLB was traded to the Yankees. Pete Rose has the most hits in baseball history and he was never a Yankee. The old record was held by Ty Cobb and he also was not a Yankee.
In MLB, that would depend on the player's contract, how long the player has been in the league and how long the player has played with the team that is trying to trade him. A player can negotiate a no trade clause in his contract which would not allow the team to trade him. Of course, the player could choose to waive the no trade clause, usually for compensation from his team, which would allow him to be traded. Any player who has been in MLB for ten full seasons and played with his current team for five full seasons may not be traded without his consent. You might hear these players being referred to as 'ten five' players. If a player does not have a no trade clause in his contract or is not a 'ten five' player, he made be traded without his permission.
If a baseball contract is sold to someone else, it usually means that they wanted to be traded. Not always though.
Max Flack and Cliff Heathcote are the only players to play for both teams in a doubleheader, having been traded by the Cubs and Cardinals, respectively, between games on May 30, 1922. The Mets in 1979, traded for Jose Cardenal in between games of a doubleheader. Cardenal crossed the hall and dressed -- but did not play -- for the Mets in the second game. "A couple of Mets players, John Stearns and a few guys, were saying, 'What are you doing here? Wrong clubhouse!'" Mets manager Joe Torre was going to play Cardenal, who asked out of the lineup. "I could not do it. I was in shock."
The color purple has been traded over history.
That one player who years ago was traded to the Giants for some equipment
The history of exchange traded option and over the counter option is that they were not traded in secondary markets.
The only was a baseball player can change teams is by trade or receiving a contract offer if they're a free gent
he traded himself for his gold
A 'no trade clause' is a section in a player's contract that specifies the player cannot be traded to another team or specifies the teams that a player can be traded to. Some players have in their contracts that they cannot be traded. This means the player will play the entire length of the contract for that team. Some players have in their contracts that they may be traded only to certain teams. For example, a player may say he can only be traded to the Yankees, Dodgers, or Red Sox but to no other team.
The value of 1993 topps traded baseball card set unopened is $20.