Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda was Rookie of the Year in 1958 for the San Francisco Giants and MVP for the Cardinals in 1967, as well as being a 7-time All Star.  Over his 17 seasons, he played for 6 teams (SF, STL, ATL, OAK, BOS, and KCR).
The first time he was traded was from San Francisco to St. Louis for Ray Sadecki.  After 2+ years in St. Louis, during which he won his MVP, Cepeda was traded again, this time to the Braves for Joe Torre.  Ray Sadeki would end up back in St. Louis after Torre was traded away.

Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda was Rookie of the Year in 1958 for the San Francisco Giants and MVP for the Cardinals in 1967, as well as being a 7-time All Star.  Over his 17 seasons, he played for 6 teams (SF, STL, ATL, OAK, BOS, and KCR).

The first time he was traded was from San Francisco to St. Louis for Ray Sadecki.  After 2+ years in St. Louis, during which he won his MVP, Cepeda was traded again, this time to the Braves for Joe Torre.  Ray Sadeki would end up back in St. Louis after Torre was traded away.