Jim Beauchamp - Timeline

Astros Trades & Transactions

Feb 17, 1964:Traded Carl Warwick(OF) to StL-N for Jim Beauchamp(OF) and Chuck Taylor
May 23, 1965:Traded Jim Beauchamp(OF) and Ken Johnson(P) to Mil-N for Lee Maye(OF)
Dec 16, 1969:Traded Pat House(P) to Cin-N for Jim Beauchamp(OF)
Jun 13, 1970:Traded Jim Beauchamp(OF) and Leon McFadden(IF) to StL-N for George Culver(P)

This Date in Astros History

Feb 17, 1964:Colts trade outfielder Carl Warwick to St. Louis for outfielder Jim Beauchamp and pitcher Chuck Taylor. Beauchamp would hit .164 and .189 as an Houston reserve. The 21-year-old Taylor was sent back to St. Louis where he saw his first big league action in 1969 and became a quality reliever.
Dec 16, 1969:Pitcher Pat House is traded to Cincinnati for outfielder Jim Beauchamp. It is Beauchamp's second tour of duty with Houston. House earns a 2-1 record with one save in 24 games with the Astros. The lefthander never pitches in the majors after that deal.
Apr 15, 1970:John Mayberry slugs two home runs, drives in four and scores three times in a ten-inning, 7-6 victory over San Francisco . Jim Beauchamp singles Mayberry home with the winning run.