1910 January

20th  The Reds trade pitcher Bob Ewing and minor league pitcher Ad Brennan to the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for Harry Coveleski and Frank Corridon. Ewing, who won 108 games for the Reds, will win 16 this year for the Phils, then log just 25 innings in the next two seasons. Coveleski will win just one game for the Reds, but will reemerge with the Tigers in 1914 and have three straight 20-win seasons. Corridon will not play for the Reds, but makes a few appearances for the Cardinals this year.