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Fri, 1984-01-20

On January 20, 1984, the Chicago White Sox claim Tom Seaver from the New York Mets as compensation for the loss of free agent pitcher Dennis Lamp. The 39-year-old Seaver won only nine games in 1983, but will improve to 15-11 with the White Sox.

 

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