Originally Posted by chicoruiz
Frankie Baumholtz- Came up with the Reds; after a few years was traded to the Cubs, where he had his best years. Good hitter for average, but didn't have enough power to make it big as a corner OF.
Along with Baumholtz in the 1949 trade to the Cubs was Hank Sauer who turned out to be the NL MVP in 1952. The Reds received Peanuts Lowrey and Harry (The Hat) Walker in return. Not exactly one of Cincy's more memorable deals.