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Atlanta Braves Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox California Angels Chicago White Sox Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds Cleveland Indians Detroit Tigers Houston Astros Kansas City Athletics Los Angeles Dodgers Minnesota Twins New York Yankees New York Mets Philadelphia Phillies Pittsburgh Pirates San Francisco Giants St. Louis Cardinals Washington Senators Boston's IN THE NEWS: Jim Lonborg is named American League Cy Young Award winner.
IN THE NEWS: Orlando Cepeda of the Cards is the first unanimous selection as National League MVP.
The Reds trade OF IN THE NEWS: Art Shamsky to the Mets for IF Bob Johnson.
Following a meeting of IN THE NEWS: National League owners, President Warren Giles says the league will not stand in the way of American League expansion to Seattle and Kansas City.
Boston's IN THE NEWS: Carl Yastrzemski is the overwhelming selection as the American League's MVP. The Triple-crown winner misses unanimity by one vote, which goes to Cesar Tovar (.267, six home run, 47 RBI).
Mets P IN THE NEWS: Tom Seaver (16-12) is named National League Rookie of the Year.
Cleveland acquires OF IN THE NEWS: Tommy Harper from the Reds for 1B Fred Whitfield and P George Culver.
Minnesota 2B IN THE NEWS: Rod Carew (.292) is the runaway choice for American League Rookie of the Year.
The New York Mets send P IN THE NEWS: Bill Denehy and $100,000 to the Senators for Washington's manager, Gil Hodges. Jim Lemon is named manager of the Senators.
The Twins send SS IN THE NEWS: Zoilo Versalles and P Jim Grant to the Dodgers for C John Roseboro and pitchers Bob Miller and Ron Perranoski.
The White Sox reacquire SS IN THE NEWS: Luis Aparicio, with OF Russ Snyder and 1B/OF John Matias, from Baltimore for pitchers Bruce Howard and Roger Nelson and IF Don Buford.
The Indians trade OF
Chuck Hinton to the Angels for OF Jose Cardenal.
The Yankees purchase IN THE NEWS: Gene Michael from the LA Dodgers.
The Cubs give up on pitcher
Ray Culp and ship him to the Red Sox for minor leaguer Rudy Schlesinger and cash. A steal for the Sox, Culp will develop a palm ball and win 64 games for them in the next four seasons.