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A month after being acquired by the Blue Jays, IN THE NEWS: Chris Chambliss goes to the Atlanta Braves with Luis Gomez for Barry Bonnell, Pat Rockett, and Joey McLaughlin. Chambliss will play eight seasons for the Braves.
In one of their better trades, the Royals acquire 1B IN THE NEWS: Willie Aikens, Rance Mulliniks from the Angels for OF Al Cowens, Todd Cruz, and Craig Eaton. Aikens will have four solid years in KC, including two 2–homer games in the World Series.
The Cardinals trade OF IN THE NEWS: Jerry Mumphrey and P John Denny to the Indians for OF Bobby Bonds. The Tigers swap OF Ron LeFlore to the Expos for P Dan Schatzeder.
The Giants sign reentry free agents 2B IN THE NEWS: Rennie Stennett, C Milt May, and OF Jim Wohlford to contracts worth a total of $4.825 million.
The Basic Agreement between players and owners expires, precipitating more than 19 months of bitter negotiations, culminating in the 1981 player strike.
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