Nov. 24, 2005: It wasn't the first time the Marlins franchise sent away a big name. And yeah, it wasn't the last. But this day seven years ago brought a particularly noteworthy move for the then-Florida Marlins.
Heading out was Josh Beckett, who won the clinching game against the New York Yankees in the 2003 World Series (hard-hitting third baseman Mike Lowell also got traded). Moving in was Hanley Ramirez, then a top prospect in the Boston Red Sox's system, along with Anibal Sanchez.
Lowell ended up a World Series MVP with the Sox, and Beckett also helped the team to that 2007 title. Meanwhile, Sanchez threw a no-hitter, and Ramirez had an electric -- if brief -- run ... before he was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2012 ... one month before the Sox sent Beckett to L.A. as well.