When occured: 
Sat, 1905-12-23

On December 23, 1905, the Philadelphia A’s sell veteran third baseman Lave Cross to the Washington Senators. Cross had spent the last five seasons with the A’s.  The thirty-eight year old third baseman will appear in 171 games for
Washington over the next two seasons before ending his 21-year career in
the big leagues.


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