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2008: Nick Peters becomes the 60th winner of the J.G. Taylor Spink award, named for its first recipient and given annually by the BBWAA “for meritorious contributions to baseball writing.” The San Francisco native covered the Giants for 47 years (1961-2007), a span in which he reported on more Giants games than anyone in franchise history.

1991: The Giants send outfielder Kevin Mitchell and right-hander Mike Remlinger to the Mariners in exchange for three pitchers: Bill Swift‚ Mike Jackson‚ and Dave Burba. Mitchell won the National League Most Valuable Player award in 1989.

(All entries courtesy nationalpastime.com)

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