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Extra Extra Read all about it!!!!  Here are the trades which Ivan DeJesus has been in:

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Transaction occurred on 01/11/1977:
 
 
Chicago Cubs (NL) to Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)
Rick Monday
 
  Mike Garman
 
 
Los Angeles Dodgers (NL) to Chicago Cubs (NL)
Bill Buckner
 
  Ivan DeJesus
 
  Jeff Albert
 
 

A five player trade between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago Cubs featured two very popular hometown players, Bill Buckner and Rick Monday


 1975 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD


Rick Monday
Birthdate: 11/20/1945
Height / Weight: 6' 3" / 200 lbs.
Place of Birth: Batesville, AR, USA
Bats / Throws: L / L

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Transaction occurred on 01/27/1982:
 
 
Chicago Cubs (NL) to Philadelphia Phillies (NL)
Ivan DeJesus
 
 
Philadelphia Phillies (NL) to Chicago Cubs (NL)
Larry Bowa
 
  Ryne Sandberg
 
 

Ivan DeJesus to the Phillies for Larry Bowa and Ryne Sandberg - January 27, 1982
Known for his leaping and diving ability at short, the Phillies traded for Ivan DeJesus, hoping that he would replace the aging Larry Bowa.  The deal worked in their favor at first with the Phillies winning the pennant and reaching the World Series in 1983. However, spending just three seasons with the Phillies before moving on and out with the four other teams, DeJesus was not in their long term future.  Larry Bowa performed well for the Cubs and brought his intesity into the fray, and helped the Cubs reach the playoffs in 1984, but the 'golden touch' of the deal was the little known, soft-spoken third baseman, by the name of Ryne Sandberg who moved across the infield to solidify second base, and eventually his place there in the Hall of Fame. Sandberg was one the smoothest sure-handed fielders you'll ever see. In 1989-1990, Sandberg had a Major League-record errorless streak lasting 123 games and 584 chances.

 

 
Transaction occurred on 04/06/1985:
 
 
Philadelphia Phillies (NL) to St. Louis Cardinals (NL)
Bill Campbell
 
  Ivan DeJesus
 
 
St. Louis Cardinals (NL) to Philadelphia Phillies (NL)
Dave Rucker
 
     

 
Transaction occurred on 06/05/1987:
 
 
St. Louis Cardinals (NL) to San Francisco Giants (NL) : (Purchase Transaction)
Ivan DeJesus
 
     





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