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Tue, 1933-11-21

On November 21, 1933, the Philadelphia Phillies trade Triple Crown winner Chuck Klein to the Chicago Cubs for infielder Mark Koenig, outfielder Harvey Hendrick, and pitcher Ted Kleinhans, plus $65,000. Klein, who batted .368 with 28 home runs and 120 RBIs, becomes the only player to be traded immediately after winning the Triple Crown.

 

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