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1942 Major League Baseball Transactions

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Transactions listed are from November 1 of previous year to April 1 of the following year.
November 3, 1941
November 19, 1941
November 26, 1941

The Philadelphia Athletics traded Fred Chapman to Toronto (International) for Walter Klimczak (minors).

December, 1941

The Cleveland Indians traded Doyle Lade to Savannah (South Atlantic) for NULL (minors).

December 1, 1941

The Pittsburgh Pirates selected Hank Gornicki off waivers from the St. Louis Cardinals.

December 3, 1941
December 4, 1941

The Philadelphia Phillies signed Lloyd Waner as a free agent.

The Cincinnati Reds purchased Rollie Hemsley from the Cleveland Indians.

The St. Louis Cardinals purchased Ray Mueller from the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Philadelphia Phillies purchased Ron Northey from the Philadelphia Athletics.

Minneapolis (American Association) traded Joe Hatten to the Brooklyn Dodgers for Tony Giuliani and Van Mungo.

The Detroit Tigers traded players to be named later to the New York Yankees for Billy Hitchcock. The Detroit Tigers sent Tuck Stainback (December 4, 1941) and Boyd Perry (December 4, 1941) to the New York Yankees to complete the trade.

December 5, 1941
December 6, 1941
December 8, 1941

San Francisco (PCL) purchased Stan Andrews from the Boston Braves.

December 9, 1941

The Brooklyn Dodgers purchased Heinie Mueller from the Philadelphia Phillies.

The New York Yankees traded Tommy Holmes to the Boston Braves for players to be named later. The Boston Braves sent Buddy Hassett (December 16, 1941) and Gene Moore (February 5, 1942) to the New York Yankees to complete the trade.

The Philadelphia Athletics traded Wally Moses to the Chicago White Sox for Jack Hallett and Mike Kreevich.

December 10, 1941
December 11, 1941
December 12, 1941
December 13, 1941
December 22, 1941

The Chicago Cubs purchased Bill Fleming from the Boston Red Sox.

December 23, 1941

Milwaukee (American Association) purchased Johnny Hudson from the Chicago Cubs.

December 30, 1941

The Boston Braves signed Tony Cuccinello as a free agent.

December 31, 1941

Indianapolis (American Association) purchased Woody Rich from the Boston Red Sox.

1942

The New York Giants signed Woody Abernathy as a free agent.

The Philadelphia Athletics signed Ted Abernathy as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Cal Abrams as an amateur free agent.

The New York Yankees signed Bob Alexander as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Monty Basgall as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed Matt Batts as an amateur free agent.

The Pittsburgh Pirates signed Ted Beard as an amateur free agent.

The Detroit Tigers signed Neil Berry as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Charlie Bishop as an amateur free agent.

The Cincinnati Reds signed Ewell Blackwell as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Don Bollweg as an amateur free agent.

The Cleveland Indians signed Ray Boone as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Paul Burris as an amateur free agent.

The Chicago Cubs signed Cliff Chambers as an amateur free agent.

The New York Yankees signed Jerry Coleman as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Browns signed Cliff Fannin as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed Dave Ferriss as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Les Fusselman as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Joe Garagiola as an amateur free agent.

The Cleveland Indians signed Mike Garcia as an amateur free agent.

The Detroit Tigers signed Ted Gray as an amateur free agent.

The Detroit Tigers signed Bob Hall as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Bud Hardin as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Clint Hartung as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed Fred Hatfield as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Jim Hearn as an amateur free agent.

The Cincinnati Reds signed Mel Hoderlein as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Cal Howe as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Braves signed Ernie Johnson as an amateur free agent.

The Detroit Tigers signed George Lerchen as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Turk Lown as an amateur free agent.

The Chicago Cubs signed Fred Marsh as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Wayne McLeland as an amateur free agent.

The Chicago White Sox signed Russ Meyer as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Browns signed Les Moss as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Steve Nagy as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Rocky Nelson as an amateur free agent.

The Cleveland Indians signed Al Rosen as an amateur free agent.

The New York Yankees signed Jerry Scala as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Red Schoendienst as an amateur free agent.

The New York Yankees signed Charlie Silvera as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Al Sima as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed Bill Sommers as an amateur free agent.

The Pittsburgh Pirates signed Ebba St. Claire as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Leo Thomas as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Bobby Thomson as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Earl Turner as an amateur free agent.

The Detroit Tigers signed Vic Wertz as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Dick Whitman as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed Al Widmar as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed George Wilson as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed Tom Wright as an amateur free agent.

The New York Yankees signed Eddie Yuhas as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants obtained Paul LaPalme from Bristol (Appalachian) as part of a minor league working agreement.

The Cleveland Indians obtained Gordie Mueller from Baltimore (International) as part of a minor league working agreement.

The Cleveland Indians obtained George Staller from Baltimore (International) as part of a minor league working agreement.

The Brooklyn Dodgers returned Andy Seminick to Elizabethton (Appalachian) after expiration of minor league working agreement.

The Brooklyn Dodgers purchased Ferrell Anderson from the New York Yankees.

The Cleveland Indians purchased Eddie Robinson from Baltimore (International).

The Brooklyn Dodgers released George Kell.

Nate Andrews sent from the Cleveland Indians to the Cincinnati Reds in an unknown transaction.

Moe Burtschy sent from the Brooklyn Dodgers to the Cincinnati Reds in an unknown transaction.

Guy Curtright sent from Shreveport (Texas) to the Chicago White Sox in an unknown transaction.

Grant Dunlap sent from the Cincinnati Reds to the Cleveland Indians in an unknown transaction.

Johnny Hetki sent from Albuquerque (Arizona-Texas) to the Cincinnati Reds in an unknown transaction.

Jim Konstanty sent from Springfield (Eastern) to the Cincinnati Reds in an unknown transaction.

Bill Voiselle sent from the Boston Red Sox to the New York Giants in an unknown transaction.

The Cleveland Indians returned Sheldon Jones to Oklahoma City (Texas) after expiration of minor league working agreement.

The New York Giants obtained Sheldon Jones from Oklahoma City (Texas) as part of a minor league working agreement.

January 6, 1942

Indianapolis (American Association) purchased Bob Logan from the Cincinnati Reds.

January 12, 1942
January 14, 1942

The Boston Red Sox released Moe Berg.

January 24, 1942
January 27, 1942
January 30, 1942

Hollywood (PCL) purchased Frank Kalin from the Pittsburgh Pirates.

February 4, 1942
February 6, 1942

The New York Giants purchased Ray Berres from the Boston Braves.

February 7, 1942
February 14, 1942

The Boston Braves released Don Manno.

February 15, 1942
February 19, 1942
February 23, 1942

The New York Giants purchased Willard Marshall from Atlanta (Southern Association).

February 24, 1942

The Brooklyn Dodgers purchased Gene Moore from the New York Yankees.

February 26, 1942
March 2, 1942
March 5, 1942

Indianapolis (American Association) purchased Oral Hildebrand from the Pittsburgh Pirates.

March 11, 1942

The St. Louis Browns signed Red Hayworth as a free agent.

March 12, 1942

The Chicago White Sox signed Sam West as a free agent.

March 13, 1942
March 20, 1942

Joe Abreu sent from Birmingham (Southern Association) to the Cincinnati Reds in an unknown transaction. (Date given is approximate. Exact date is uncertain.)

March 23, 1942

The Cleveland Indians signed Mel Harder as a free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers purchased Frenchy Bordagaray from the New York Yankees.

March 26, 1942

The Cincinnati Reds purchased Gee Walker from the Cleveland Indians.

March 28, 1942

The Philadelphia Athletics signed Jim Castiglia as an amateur free agent.

March 31, 1942

The Washington Senators purchased Bobo Newsom from the Detroit Tigers for $40,000.

April 3, 1942 Standings
April 7, 1942 Standings
April 8, 1942 Standings

The Boston Braves purchased Johnny Sain from Nashville (Southern Association).

The Boston Braves returned George Washburn to the New York Yankees following previous purchase.

The New York Giants traded a player to be named later and Jumbo Brown to the St. Louis Cardinals for Tom Sunkel. The New York Giants sent Rae Blaemire (April 8, 1942) to the St. Louis Cardinals to complete the trade.

April 10, 1942 Standings
April 13, 1942 Standings

The New York Yankees purchased Johnny Welaj from the Boston Red Sox.

April 14, 1942 Standings

Toronto (International) purchased Jack Hallett from the Philadelphia Athletics.

Toronto (International) purchased Al Rubeling from the Philadelphia Athletics.

April 26, 1942 Standings

The Philadelphia Phillies returned Bert Hodges to Memphis (Southern Association) following previous purchase.

April 29, 1942 Standings
April 30, 1942 Standings
May 2, 1942 Standings

The Philadelphia Phillies purchased Ernie Koy from the Cincinnati Reds.

Milwaukee (American Association) purchased Frank Secory from the Cincinnati Reds.

May 5, 1942 Standings
May 6, 1942 Standings
May 10, 1942 Standings
May 12, 1942 Standings

The Detroit Tigers purchased Johnny Welaj from the New York Yankees.

May 13, 1942 Standings

The St. Louis Browns purchased Babe Dahlgren from the Chicago Cubs.

May 14, 1942 Standings
May 19, 1942 Standings

The St. Louis Browns returned Babe Dahlgren to the Chicago Cubs following previous purchase.

The Brooklyn Dodgers purchased Babe Dahlgren from the Chicago Cubs.

May 21, 1942 Standings
May 22, 1942 Standings

The Detroit Tigers signed Charlie Gehringer as a free agent.

May 23, 1942 Standings

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Ray Hayworth as a free agent. (Date given is approximate. Exact date is uncertain.)

The New York Giants purchased Gus Mancuso from the St. Louis Cardinals.

May 24, 1942 Standings
May 25, 1942 Standings
May 28, 1942 Standings
June, 1942 Standings

Gene Bearden sent from Savannah (South Atlantic) to the New York Yankees in an unknown transaction.

June 1, 1942 Standings
June 3, 1942 Standings

The Chicago White Sox signed Jake Wade as a free agent.

June 7, 1942 Standings
June 10, 1942 Standings
June 12, 1942 Standings
June 15, 1942 Standings

The Washington Senators signed Ossie Bluege as a free agent. (Date given is approximate. Exact date is uncertain.)

The Philadelphia Athletics signed Larry Eschen as a free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals released Ray Hayworth.

June 16, 1942 Standings

The Cleveland Indians signed George Susce as a free agent.

The Cleveland Indians released Clint Brown.

June 17, 1942 Standings

Minneapolis (American Association) sent Huck Geary to the Pittsburgh Pirates as part of a conditional deal.

July 5, 1942 Standings
July 8, 1942 Standings

The Chicago Cubs purchased Lon Warneke from the St. Louis Cardinals for $7,500.

July 10, 1942 Standings

The St. Louis Browns signed Pete Appleton as a free agent. (Date given is approximate. Exact date is uncertain.)

July 16, 1942 Standings
July 17, 1942 Standings
July 19, 1942 Standings

The New York Yankees signed Rollie Hemsley as a free agent.

July 20, 1942 Standings
July 22, 1942 Standings

The Chicago Cubs selected Dick Errickson off waivers from the Boston Braves.

July 25, 1942 Standings

The New York Giants purchased Van Mungo from Minneapolis (American Association).

August 5, 1942 Standings

Louisville (American Association) purchased Stan Benjamin from the Philadelphia Phillies.

The Boston Braves released Frank Demaree.

August 6, 1942 Standings

The Boston Red Sox purchased Ford Garrison from Fort Worth (Texas).

August 7, 1942 Standings

The Philadelphia Phillies signed Chuck Klein as a free agent.

August 13, 1942 Standings
August 17, 1942 Standings
August 25, 1942 Standings

The Boston Braves purchased Johnny McCarthy from Indianapolis (American Association) for cash and 2 players to be named.

August 29, 1942 Standings

The Boston Red Sox purchased Tom McBride from Little Rock (Southern Association).

August 30, 1942 Standings

The Brooklyn Dodgers purchased Bobo Newsom from the Washington Senators for $25,000.

August 31, 1942 Standings

The Washington Senators purchased Gene Moore from the Brooklyn Dodgers.

The New York Yankees selected Roy Cullenbine off waivers from the Washington Senators.

September 5, 1942 Standings

The Boston Braves purchased George Jeffcoat from Nashville (Southern Association).

The Boston Braves purchased Chuck Workman from Nashville (Southern Association).

September 8, 1942 Standings

The Boston Red Sox purchased Eddie Lake from the St. Louis Cardinals.

The Pittsburgh Pirates traded cash and several players to be named to Toronto (International) for Frank Colman and Jack Hallett.

September 9, 1942 Standings

The Pittsburgh Pirates purchased Bennie Warren from the Philadelphia Phillies.

Previous purchase of Bennie Warren by the Pittsburgh Pirates from the Philadelphia Phillies voided and player returned.

September 15, 1942 Standings
September 22, 1942 Standings

The Boston Red Sox purchased Roy Partee from the Chicago Cubs.

September 25, 1942 Standings

The Philadelphia Athletics purchased Jim Tyack from Little Rock (Southern Association).

The Philadelphia Phillies traded Hal Marnie and cash to the Washington Senators for Roberto Ortiz.

September 27, 1942 Standings

The New York Giants selected Buddy Blattner off waivers from the St. Louis Cardinals.

September 28, 1942 Standings

The Chicago White Sox purchased Frank Kalin from Hollywood (PCL). cash plus a player to be named

September 29, 1942 Standings

The Brooklyn Dodgers purchased Hal Peck from the Chicago Cubs.

September 30, 1942 Standings
October 1, 1942 Standings

The Washington Senators purchased Paul Dean from the St. Louis Cardinals.

The Detroit Tigers purchased Joe Hoover from Hollywood (PCL).

The Brooklyn Dodgers purchased Luis Olmo from Richmond (Piedmont).

The Washington Senators traded Frank Croucher and cash to the St. Louis Browns for Ewald Pyle.

October 14, 1942 Standings

The New York Giants purchased Ken Trinkle from Baltimore (International).

November 2, 1942

The Pittsburgh Pirates drafted Ed Albosta from the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Chicago Cubs drafted Dick Barrett from Seattle (PCL) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Boston Red Sox drafted Herb Bremer from Little Rock (Southern Association) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Cincinnati Reds drafted Charlie Brewster from Milwaukee (American Association) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Chicago White Sox drafted Dick Culler from St Paul (American Association) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Washington Senators drafted Tony Giuliani from Minneapolis (American Association) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Pittsburgh Pirates drafted Wally Hebert from San Diego (PCL) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Chicago White Sox drafted Ralph Hodgin from San Francisco (PCL) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Philadelphia Phillies drafted Eli Hodkey from the Boston Red Sox in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Boston Red Sox drafted Don Lang from the New York Yankees in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Philadelphia Athletics drafted Eddie Mayo from the Chicago Cubs in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Washington Senators drafted Jim Mertz from Atlanta (Southern Association) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Cincinnati Reds drafted Steve Mesner from the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Brooklyn Dodgers drafted Dee Moore from the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Washington Senators drafted George Myatt from the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The St. Louis Browns drafted Nels Potter from the Boston Red Sox in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The St. Louis Browns drafted Woody Rich from Indianapolis (American Association) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Cleveland Indians drafted Jack Salveson from Oakland (PCL) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The St. Louis Browns drafted Joe Schultz from Memphis (Southern Association) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Chicago White Sox drafted Bill Swift from St Paul (American Association) in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Chicago Cubs drafted George Washburn from the New York Yankees in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

The Philadelphia Athletics drafted Johnny Welaj from the Detroit Tigers in the 1942 rule 5 draft.

November 4, 1942

Jim Mallory of the Washington Senators granted free agency.

November 7, 1942

The St. Louis Browns drafted Hal Epps from the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1942 minor league draft.

The New York Yankees drafted Roy Zimmerman from Greenville (South Atlantic) in the 1942 minor league draft.

November 9, 1942

The Pittsburgh Pirates drafted Herb Crompton from the Chicago White Sox in the 1942 minor league draft.

November 14, 1942

The Chicago Cubs purchased Ival Goodman from the Cincinnati Reds.

November 17, 1942
November 23, 1942
November 24, 1942

The St. Louis Cardinals drafted Gerry Staley from Boise (Pioneer) in the 1942 minor league draft.

December 4, 1942

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Frank Demaree as a free agent.

The Cincinnati Reds traded Nate Andrews, Eddie Joost and $25,000 to the Boston Braves for Eddie Miller.

December 5, 1942
December 7, 1942
December 12, 1942

The New York Giants purchased Bill Sayles from the Boston Red Sox.

The Brooklyn Dodgers traded Johnny Allen and $30,000 to the Philadelphia Phillies for Rube Melton.

December 17, 1942
December 27, 1942

The New York Yankees signed Bill Knickerbocker as a free agent.

1943

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Freddie Fitzsimmons as a free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Ray Hayworth as a free agent.

The New York Yankees signed Bob Addis as an amateur free agent.

The Chicago Cubs signed Dick Aylward as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Rex Barney as an amateur free agent.

The Philadelphia Athletics signed Vern Benson as an amateur free agent.

The Detroit Tigers signed Johnny Bero as an amateur free agent.

The New York Yankees signed Yogi Berra as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Ralph Branca as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Johnny Bucha as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Bob Cain as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Dick Cole as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Billy DeMars as an amateur free agent.

The Philadelphia Phillies signed Del Ennis as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed George Estock as an amateur free agent.

The Cincinnati Reds signed Howie Fox as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Herb Gorman as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Andy Hansen as an amateur free agent.

The Pittsburgh Pirates signed Bubba Harris as an amateur free agent.

The New York Yankees signed Frank Hiller as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Dick Hoover as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed Bill Howerton as an amateur free agent.

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Nippy Jones as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Whitey Lockman as an amateur free agent.

The Cleveland Indians signed Sherm Lollar as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Jack Maguire as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Gene Mauch as an amateur free agent.

The Chicago White Sox signed Cass Michaels as an amateur free agent.

The Cleveland Indians signed Pete Milne as an amateur free agent.

The New York Yankees signed Jack Phillips as an amateur free agent.

The New York Giants signed Johnny Pramesa as an amateur free agent.

The Philadelphia Athletics signed Carl Scheib as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Duke Snider as an amateur free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed George Strickland as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed Jim Suchecki as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed Don Thompson as an amateur free agent.

The Cincinnati Reds signed Bob Usher as an amateur free agent.

The Boston Red Sox signed Jim Wilson as an amateur free agent.

The Chicago White Sox returned Morrie Martin to St Paul (American Association) after expiration of minor league working agreement.

The Chicago White Sox returned Harry Taylor to St Paul (American Association) after expiration of minor league working agreement.

The St. Louis Cardinals released Cal Howe.

Jim Delsing sent from Green Bay (Wisconsin State) to the Chicago Cubs in an unknown transaction.

Les McCrabb sent from the Brooklyn Dodgers to Lancaster (Interstate) in an unknown transaction.

Eddie Yuhas sent from the New York Yankees to the St. Louis Cardinals in an unknown transaction.

January 16, 1943
January 18, 1943

The St. Louis Browns signed Mike Kreevich as a free agent.

January 19, 1943

The Cincinnati Reds signed Estel Crabtree as a free agent.

The Boston Braves released Paul Waner.

January 21, 1943

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Johnny Cooney as a free agent.

The Brooklyn Dodgers signed Paul Waner as a free agent.

January 22, 1943

The New York Yankees traded Al Gettel, Ed Levy and $10,000 to the Philadelphia Phillies for Nick Etten. Al Gettel and Ed Levy returned to original team on March 26, 1943. The New York Yankees sent Tom Padden (March 26, 1943) and Al Gerheauser (March 26, 1943) to the Philadelphia Phillies to complete the trade.

January 25, 1943

The Boston Braves purchased Lefty Gomez from the New York Yankees.

January 27, 1943

The Chicago Cubs purchased Paul Derringer from the Cincinnati Reds.

January 29, 1943
February, 1943
February 1, 1943

The St. Louis Browns purchased Paul Dean from the Washington Senators.

The Brooklyn Dodgers selected Steve Mesner off waivers from the Cincinnati Reds.

February 2, 1943

The Boston Red Sox signed Al Simmons as a free agent.

Previous waiver selection of Steve Mesner by the Brooklyn Dodgers from the Cincinnati Reds voided and player returned.

February 25, 1943

The Washington Senators traded Ray Hoffman and cash to Minneapolis (American Association) for Mickey Haefner.

March, 1943

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Jim Mallory as a free agent.

San Francisco (PCL) purchased George Metkovich from the Boston Braves for $5,000. (Date given is approximate. Exact date is uncertain.)

March 9, 1943
March 13, 1943

The Philadelphia Phillies selected Charlie Fuchs off waivers from the Detroit Tigers.

March 19, 1943

The Chicago Cubs traded Ival Goodman to Minneapolis (American Association) for unknown compensation. Ival Goodman refused to report to his new team.

Minneapolis (American Association) traded Stu Martin to the Chicago Cubs for Vallie Eaves. Ival Goodman refused to report to his new team.

March 20, 1943

The Cincinnati Reds purchased Dixie Howell from the Cleveland Indians. (Date given is approximate. Exact date is uncertain.)

March 21, 1943

The Boston Braves signed Joe Burns as a free agent.

The Washington Senators traded Bobby Estalella, Jimmy Pofahl and cash to the Philadelphia Athletics for Bob Johnson.

March 22, 1943

The Boston Braves signed Ben Geraghty as a free agent.

The Boston Braves purchased Allyn Stout from Elmira (Eastern).

March 24, 1943
March 26, 1943

The Boston Braves signed Kerby Farrell as a free agent.

The Philadelphia Phillies traded to the New York Yankees for unknown compensation. Al Gettel and Ed Levy returned to original team on March 26, 1943. The New York Yankees sent Tom Padden (March 26, 1943) and Al Gerheauser (March 26, 1943) to the Philadelphia Phillies to complete the trade.

The New York Yankees traded to the Philadelphia Phillies for unknown compensation. Al Gettel and Ed Levy returned to original team on March 26, 1943. The New York Yankees sent Tom Padden (March 26, 1943) and Al Gerheauser (March 26, 1943) to the Philadelphia Phillies to complete the trade.

March 31, 1943
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