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November 29th

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1971 After being swept in the ALCS by the Orioles, the A's bolster their rotation, adding starting Ken Holtzman from the Cubs in exchange for center fielder Rick Monday. The 26 year-old southpaw, who recorded only nine wins with the Cubs last season, rebounds with a 19-11 record and becomes a mainstay in Oakland's rotation behind Vida Blue and Catfish Hunter.
1976 After listening to offers from the Expos and Orioles, Baltimore free agent Reggie Jackson agrees to a five-year, $3.5 million deal to play for the Yankees, a team that many had argued against signing him. During Mr. October's turbulent tenure in the Big Apple, the Bronx Bombers will win four divisions, three pennants, and two World Series.

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