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Transaction occurred on 06/15/1977:
Houston Astros (NL) to New York Yankees (AL)
Cliff Johnson
New York Yankees (AL) to Houston Astros (NL)
Dave Bergman
  Randy Niemann
  Mike Fischlin

The Houston Astros traded veteran slugger Cliff Johnson to the New York Yankees for a trio of minor leaguers - outfielder Dave Bergman, infielder Mike Fischlin and pitcher Randy Niemann.

Upon Further Review of the June 15 1977 trade

Dave Bergman played a few games for the Yankees in 1975 and 1977 prior to this trade to Houston. He is best remembered for his nine seasons with the Detroit Tigers, 1984 thru 1992. The left-handed hitting Dave Bergman was a willing team player and a fans favorite. He lined 690 hits in 2679 career at bats, for a .258 batting mark.

Mike Fischlin was drafted out of Cal State University in the 7th round of the 1975 amateur draft by the New York Yankees. A highly rated defensive infielder during his 10-year major Mike Fischlin had his most productive seasons with the Cleveland Indians from 1981 thru 1985.

Randy Niemann, was working in the minors as a starting pitcher at trade time. As a rookie with the Houston Astros in 1979, he posted a solid 3-2 record, with a 3.76 earned run average per game, completed 3-of-7 starts, had one save and also relieved in 19 games. Randy Nieman pitched 8 years in the majors.

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Cliff Johnson hit 188 doubles, 196 homers, batted .258 in 16 major league seasons, the first six with the Houston AStros. A catcher, first baseman and outfielder, all told Cliff Johnson played for six different teams. He finished his career with 20 pinch hit home runs, two more than any other major league baseball player.


Transaction occurred on 04/20/1981:
Houston Astros (NL) to San Francisco Giants (NL)
Dave Bergman
  Jeffrey Leonard
San Francisco Giants (NL) to Houston Astros (NL)
Mike Ivie

Transaction occurred on 03/24/1984:
Philadelphia Phillies (NL) to San Francisco Giants (NL)
Alejandro Sanchez
San Francisco Giants (NL) to Philadelphia Phillies (NL)
Dave Bergman

Transaction occurred on 03/24/1984:
Detroit Tigers (AL) to Philadelphia Phillies (NL)
John Wockenfuss
  Glenn Wilson
Philadelphia Phillies (NL) to Detroit Tigers (AL)
Willie Hernandez
  Dave Bergman


Dave Bergman
Birthdate: 6/6/1953
Height / Weight: ' " / 185 lbs.
Place of Birth: Evanston, IL, USA
Bats / Throws: L / L
Played 17 seasons in MLB


Glenn Wilson, born in Baytown, Texas USA,  was a All American baseball player at Sam Houston University and a first round June 1980 draft selection of the Detroit Tigers. He quickly rose thru the minors and made his major league debut in 1982 and hit .292 in 84 games as a rookie.

In 1983 he started in right-field and the durable ballplayer lined 25 doubles, 6 triples and 11 homers with a .269 batting average in 144 games. Prior to the 1984 season Glenn Wilson was traded to Phillies in this deal and was a serviceable starting outfielder for Philadelphia for 4 seasons, then was traded again.



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