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Extra Extra Read all about it!!!!  Here are the trades which Al Oliver has been in:

first name last name
 
Transaction occurred on 12/08/1977:
 
 
Atlanta Braves (NL) to New York Mets (NL)
Willie Montanez
 
 
New York Mets (NL) to Texas Rangers (AL)
Jon Matlack
 
 
New York Mets (NL) to Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)
John Milner
 
 
Pittsburgh Pirates (NL) to Texas Rangers (AL)
Al Oliver
 
  Nelson Norman
 
 
Texas Rangers (AL) to New York Mets (NL)
Ken Henderson
 
 
Texas Rangers (AL) to Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)
Bert Blyleven
 
 
Texas Rangers (AL) to New York Mets (NL)
Tom Grieve
 
 
Texas Rangers (AL) to Atlanta Braves (NL)
Adrian Devine
 
  Tommy Boggs
 
  Eddie Miller
 
     

 
Transaction occurred on 03/31/1982:
 
 
Montreal Expos (NL) to Texas Rangers (AL)
Larry Parrish
 
  Dave Hostetler
 
 
Texas Rangers (AL) to Montreal Expos (NL)
Al Oliver
 
     

 
Transaction occurred on 02/27/1984:
 
 
Montreal Expos (NL) to San Francisco Giants (NL)
Al Oliver
 
 
San Francisco Giants (NL) to Montreal Expos (NL)
Fred Breining
 
  Max Venable
 
  Andy McGaffigan
 
     

 
Transaction occurred on 08/20/1984:
 
 
Philadelphia Phillies (NL) to San Francisco Giants (NL)
Kelly Downs
 
  George Riley
 
 
San Francisco Giants (NL) to Philadelphia Phillies (NL)
Renie Martin
 
  Al Oliver
 
 

The San Francisco Giants traded veteran Al Oliver, 1st baseman/Of. and pitcher Renie Martin to the Philadelphia Phillies for minor pitchers Kelly Downs and George Riley.

Upon Further Review: Baseball Players

The trade brought highly-touted minor league pitcher Kelly Downs to the last place San Francisco Giants. Downs had a solid career in SF, and posted a 12-9, 3.63 ERA in his second major league season, helping the Giants win the NL West. Although he was injured in parts of the 1989 season, the SF Giants won the NL pennant.

Al Oliver lined 2,743 career hits and was one of the top hitters of the 1970s and early 1980s, but, by 1984 he was on the tail-end of his fine career. Al Oliver retired after the 1985 season.

Pitchers Renie Martin and George Riley had shorter MLB career than the above two players. Check out their career stats on Player Section.

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Kelly Downs     Renie Martin

Al Oliver             George Riley


Al Oliver
Birthdate: 10/14/1946
Height / Weight: 6' 0" / 195 lbs.
Place of Birth: Portsmouth, OH, USA
Bats / Throws: L / L

 


Kelly Downs
Birthdate: 10/25/1960
Height / Weight: 6' 4" / 200 lbs.
Place of Birth: Ogden, UT, USA
Bats / Throws: R / R
Autographed Topps Card

 

 
Transaction occurred on 02/04/1985:
 
 
Los Angeles Dodgers (NL) to Philadelphia Phillies (NL)
Pat Zachry
 
 
Philadelphia Phillies (NL) to Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)
Al Oliver
 
     

 
Transaction occurred on 07/09/1985:
 
 
Los Angeles Dodgers (NL) to Toronto Blue Jays (AL)
Al Oliver
 
 
Toronto Blue Jays (AL) to Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)
Len Matuszek
 
     





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