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This Day in Reds History: Cincinnati acquires Don Zimmer

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J. Meric

On this day in 1906, Cincinnati traded lefty Carl Druhot to the Cardinals for catcher Oscar Stanage.

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On this day in 1933, the Reds traded Leo Durocher, Dutch Henry, and Jack Ogden to the Cardinals for Sparky Adams, Paul Derringer, and Allyn Stout. This was a truly outstanding trade for the Reds as Derringer went on to have an excellent decade in Cincinnati while none of the other players did much after the deal. Durocher is known for his Hall of Fame managerial career, but he was a marginal player.

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On this day in 1962, the Reds traded third baseman Cliff Cook and lefty Bob Miller to the Mets for infielder and Cincinnati native Don Zimmer.

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On this day in 1987, former Red Boom-Boom Beck died in Champaign, IL.

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On this day in 1995, former Red Gus Bell died in Montgomery, OH at the age of 66.

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On this day in 2007, Cincinnati released left-hander Rheal Cormier. He came up with the Cardinals as a starter in the early 1990s, but developed into a lefty relief specialist after experiencing shoulder problems in the middle of his career.

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On this day in 2009, former Red Xavier Paul made his big league debut with the Dodgers.