**Jim Bunning to the Pirates for Don Money, Woodie Fryman, Bill Laxton, and Harold Clem in December, 1967. A high minors IF, a MLB SP, and two minor league hurlers. I remember being outraged at the deal, for Bunning was still a highly effective hurler. However, this deal worked out in the Phils favor, as Fryman won 12 games for the 1968 Phils, while Bunning went 4-14 for the Pirates (due to injuries and, at the time for athletes, advanced age) and was never again as effective as he was for the 1964-67 Phillies.
Money had one good season for the Phils, but hit better after being dealt to Milwaukee for 4 pitchers after the 1972 season. 2 of those arms, Lonborg and Brett, had success with the Phils. Besides, Pope had somebody to play 3B... fellow named Schmidt. Laxton and Clem never pitched for the Phillies, at least that I can recall.