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Rollie Fingers was still an Oakland Athletic in 1976, but not if owner Charlie Finley had his way. He attempted to sell Fingers and Joe Rudi to Boston in June that season, but Commissioner Bowie Kuhn voided the deal. Fingers won a career-high 13 games in '76 with 20 saves and was an All-Star in his final season in Oakland.Intellectual Property Notice: © 2013 All Rights Reserved. Topps is a registered trademark of The Topps Company, Inc