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Trivia Tidbit: Major League Baseball has a rule which allows teams, with some restrictions, to trade a player away and receive a yet-to-be-determined player in return; the two sides decide on the second player later on. Those trades involve what is now called a “player to be named later,” and typically are resolved without any consternation from either side. But in 1962, a strange thing happened. On April 26 of that year, the Cleveland Indians sent catcher Harry Chiti to the then-expansion New York Mets for cash and a player to be named later. Chiti played fifteen lackluster games for the Mets, and on June 15, the Mets completed the trade — by sending Chiti back to the Indians as the player to be named later. via