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Tue, 1918-01-22

On January 22, 1918, the New York Yankees acquire future Hall of Famer Eddie Plank from the St. Louis Browns in a seven-player deal. Plank will never pitch for the Yankees, electing to retire instead. Plank leaves the game with a record of 326 wins and 194 losses.

 

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