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March 20, 2006: Traded by the Boston Red Sox with cash to the Cincinnati Reds for Wily Mo Pena.
July 28, 2007: Traded by the Milwaukee Brewers to the Tampa Bay Devil Rays for Seth McClung.
August 26, 2003: Traded by the San Diego Padres with a player to be named later and Oliver Perez to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Brian Giles.
February 8, 2008: Traded by the Baltimore Orioles to the Seattle Mariners for Tony Butler, Adam Jones, Kameron Mickolio, George Sherrill and Chris Tillman.
July 31, 2010: Traded by the Houston Astros to the New York Yankees for Mark Melancon and Jimmy Paredes.
February 6, 1998: Traded by the New York Mets with Robert Stratton and Jesus Sanchez to the Florida Marlins for Al Leiter and Ralph Milliard.
July 26, 2006: Traded by the Seattle Mariners with a player to be named later to the Cleveland Indians for Ben Broussard and cash.
January 15, 2003: Traded by the Montreal Expos with Jorge Nunez to the Chicago White Sox for Rocky Biddle, Orlando Hernandez, Jeff Liefer and cash.
August 7, 2002: Traded by the St. Louis Cardinals with Luis Alfonso Garcia to the Cleveland Indians for Chuck Finley.
July 11, 2002: Traded by the Florida Marlins to the Cincinnati Reds for Juan Encarnacion, Wilton Guerrero and Ryan Snare.
March 29, 2008: Traded by the Minnesota Twins to the Seattle Mariners for Jair Fernandez.
July 31, 2011: Traded by the Los Angeles Dodgers with cash to the St. Louis Cardinals for Alex Castellanos.
December 6, 2006: Traded by the Chicago White Sox to the Philadelphia Phillies for Gavin Floyd and Gio Gonzalez.
July 29, 1998: Traded by the Chicago Cubs to the Chicago White Sox for Matt Karchner.
November 28, 2007: Traded by the Minnesota Twins with Eduardo Morlan and Jason Bartlett to the Tampa Bay Devil Rays for Brendan Harris, Jason Pridie and Delmon Young.
July 11, 2003: Traded by the Florida Marlins with Will Smith and Ryan Snare to the Texas Rangers for Ugueth Urbina.
December 6, 2002: Traded by the Texas Rangers with Aaron Myette to the Cleveland Indians for Einar Diaz and Ryan Drese.
December 21, 2007: Traded by the Cincinnati Reds to the Texas Rangers for Danny Herrera and Edinson Volquez.
July 30, 2003: Traded by the Oakland Athletics with Jeff Bruksch and Joe Valentine to the Cincinnati Reds for Jose Guillen.
December 18, 2004: Traded by the St. Louis Cardinals with Daric Barton and Kiko Calero to the Oakland Athletics for Mark Mulder.
November 10, 2008: Traded by the Colorado Rockies to the Oakland Athletics for Carlos Gonzalez, Greg Smith and Huston Street.
July 4, 1998: Traded by the Los Angeles Dodgers with Dennys Reyes to the Cincinnati Reds for Jeff Shaw.
December 16, 2009: Traded by the Philadelphia Phillies to the Seattle Mariners for Tyson Gillies, Phillippe Aumont and J.C. Ramirez.
July 31, 1997: Traded by the Seattle Mariners with Jason Varitek to the Boston Red Sox for Heathcliff Slocumb.
September 13, 1996: Traded by the Seattle Mariners to the Minnesota Twins for Dave Hollins.
January 14, 2002: Traded by the Texas Rangers with Mike Venafro to the Oakland Athletics for Jason Hart, Gerald Laird, Ryan Ludwick and Mario Ramos.
June 27, 2002: Traded by the Montreal Expos with Cliff Lee, Grady Sizemore and Lee Stevens to the Cleveland Indians for Bartolo Colon and Tim Drew.
December 7, 2005: Traded by the Florida Marlins to the Chicago Cubs for Sergio Mitre, Ricky Nolasco and Renyel Pinto.
November 14, 2003: Traded by the Minnesota Twins with cash to the San Francisco Giants for Boof Bonser, Francisco Liriano and Joe Nathan.
July 29, 2002: Traded by the St. Louis Cardinals with Bud Smith and Mike Timlin to the Philadelphia Phillies for Doug Nickle, Scott Rolen and cash.
November 24, 2005: Traded by the Boston Red Sox with Anibal Sanchez to the Florida Marlins for Josh Beckett, Mike Lowell and Guillermo Mota.
July 23, 2003: Traded by the Pittsburgh Pirates with Kenny Lofton and cash to the Chicago Cubs for Bobby Hill, Matt Bruback and Jose Hernandez.
February 16, 2004: Traded by the Texas Rangers with cash to the New York Yankees for Joaquin Arias and Alfonso Soriano.
January 3, 2008: Traded by the Oakland Athletics to the Chicago White Sox for Fautino De Los Santos, Gio Gonzalez and Ryan Sweeney.
July 29, 2008: Traded by the Atlanta Braves to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for Steve Marek and Casey Kotchman.
December 12, 2007: Traded by the Baltimore Orioles to the Houston Astros for Matt Albers, Mike Costanzo, Troy Patton, Dennis Sarfate and Luke Scott.
December 13, 2003: Traded by the Atlanta Braves with Ray King and Jason Marquis to the St. Louis Cardinals for J.D. Drew and Eli Marrero.
March 29, 2004: Traded by the Toronto Blue Jays to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Jason Frasor.
March 27, 2002: Traded by the Chicago Cubs with Jose Cueto, Ryan Jorgensen and Julian Tavarez to the Florida Marlins for Antonio Alfonseca and Matt Clement.
July 12, 2006: Traded by the Houston Astros with Mitch Talbot to the Tampa Bay Devil Rays for Aubrey Huff and cash.
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