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January 30, 1978 > Commissioner Bowie Kuhn cancels the recent trade that sent Vida Blue from the Oakland A's to the Cincinnati Reds for first baseman Dave Revering and $1.75 million in cash. Believing that the A's did not receive adequate compensation, Kuhn recommends that the trade be restructured. Eventually, the A's will trade Blue to the Giants for seven players and acquire Revering in exchange for outfielder Paul Blair.