On February 11, 1977, the Chicago Cubs trade two-time National League batting champion Bill Madlock and infielder Rob Sperring to the San Francisco Giants for outfielder Bobby Murcer, third baseman Steve Ontiveros, and a minor league pitcher. Madlock led the NL with a .339 mark, while Murcer had 23 home runs and 90 RBIs.
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