If we're talking about relatively balanced trades that helped both teams, or in the example I'll give, three, then one of the Reds' to consider is the Pinson deal of 1969. Vada to the Cardinals for Bobby Tolan and Wayne Granger. We got a couple of very good years out of Tolan and three solid seasons, including a very good 1970, out of Granger, who made about 225 appearances for the Reds over 3 seasons. The third team to benefit was the Indians, though not in 1969 but in 70. Cardinals moved Pinson to Cleveland, where he played quite well, getting Jose Cardenal in return and he had two very creditable seasons for the Cardinals (especially in his first year). Hadn't seen bob jones's post as I was typing this.