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The Pirates were rebuilding by 1985 and with Bill Madlock struggling with a .251 average, Pittsburgh dealt him to the Dodgers for prospects for R.J. Reynolds, Cecil Espy and Sid Bream. Madlock hit .360 in 34 games in L.A. and .333 with three homers and seven RBIs in the NLCS loss to the Cardinals.
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