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The most lopsided MLB trade deadline deals

Yardbarker Logo By From Yardbarker of Yardbarker | Slide 1 of 25: <p>A legendary trade in the minds of Cardinals fans, Brock was a developing speedster who went on to have a Hall of Fame career in St. Louis. Ernie Broglio was terrible in his last two-plus years with the Cubs, going 7-19 with a 5.40 ERA. There were other pieces involved in the deal as well, but this was such a lopsided deal that "Brock for Broglio" has become the common MLB nomenclature to describe lopsided trades. </p>

Cubs trade Lou Brock to Cardinals for Ernie Broglio (1964)

This is a legendary trade in the minds of Cardinals fans. Brock was a developing speedster who went on to have a Hall of Fame career in St. Louis. Ernie Broglio was terrible in his last two-plus years with the Cubs, going 7-19 with a 5.40 ERA. There were other pieces involved in the deal as well, but this was such a lopsided deal that "Brock for Broglio" has become the common MLB nomenclature to describe lopsided trades.

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