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Mon, 1919-12-29

The Boston Red Sox trade Braggo Roth and second baseman Red Shannon to Washington Senators for pitcher Harry Harper‚ outfielder Mike Menosky and third baseman Eddie Foster.

Roth and Shannon will only last a year with Washington.

Harper had one year with the Red Sox and left a 5-14 mark in 1920.

Menosky played for the sox for three years. He was the starting left fielder for the 1920 and 1921 seasons and  had his best statistical season during the 1920 Boston Red Sox season, where he played in 141 games, had a batting average of .297, hit nine triples, and stole 23 bases, which was good for fourth in the American League.

Fisher had two quiet years wiht the Sox.

 

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Boston Red Sox, Braggo Roth, Eddie Foster, Harry Harper, Mike Menosky, Red Shannon, Washington Senators

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