8. Dec. 4, 1974: The Orioles get outfielder Ken Singleton and pitcher Mike Torrez from the Montreal Expos for pitcher Dave McNally and outfielder Rich Coggins.

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For most of a decade, Singleton (pictured) is among the steadiest of Orioles (182 home runs and a .284 batting average), a three-time All-Star and a mainstay on two pennant winners. Torrez plays one season for the Orioles, wins 20 games and is traded in one of the club's all-time worst deals. McNally, who'd won 20 or more games for four straight years here, pitches one-half season for the Expos and abruptly retires. Coggins quits baseball after the 1976 season.<br>
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( Gene Sweeney Jr., Baltimore Sun / February 29, 1984 )


For most of a decade, Singleton (pictured) is among the steadiest of Orioles (182 home runs and a .284 batting average), a three-time All-Star and a mainstay on two pennant winners. Torrez plays one season for the Orioles, wins 20 games and is traded in one of the club's all-time worst deals. McNally, who'd won 20 or more games for four straight years here, pitches one-half season for the Expos and abruptly retires. Coggins quits baseball after the 1976 season.

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