Arizona Got: SP Curt Schilling
Curt Schilling was just OK for the Diamondbacks after the trade, going 5-6 with a 3.69 ERA in 13 starts down the stretch in 2000, but the best was yet to come.
He'd go 22-6 with a 2.98 ERA during the regular season in 2001, combining with Randy Johnson to win 43 games as the team went 92-70 and took home the franchise's first World Series title, with Schilling going 4-0 in six postseason starts.
Schilling was equally as dominant in 2002, going 23-7 with a 3.23 ERA and NL-best 0.99 WHIP, once again pairing with the Big Unit to win 47 games, but the D-Backs couldn't get past St. Louis in the NLDS to defend their World Series crown.
After an injury-filled 2003 campaign, Arizona broke up the band, shipping Schilling to Boston for a package that included RHP Casey Fossum and LHPs Jorge De La Rosa and Brandon Lyon.
While his time in Arizona was relatively short, it was certainly productive: two All-Star appearances, two second-place finishes in the NL Cy Young Award voting (losing to Johnson both times) and, of course, a World Series ring.
Philadelphia Got: LHP Omar Daal, RHP Nelson Figueroa, 1B Travis Lee and RHP Vicente Padilla
On paper, this wasn't a bad haul for the Phillies.
It was only two years earlier that Travis Lee had finished third in the NL Rookie of the Year voting, but he had slumped since then and seemed like a player who only needed a change of scenery to get himself back on track.
While he wasn't terrible, hitting .258 with 34 home runs, 174 RBI and a .745 OPS in parts of three seasons with the Phillies, he never lived up to expectations and the team let him walk as a free agent following the 2002 season.
Nelson Figueroa appeared in 19 games for the Phillies in 2001, going 4-5 with a 3.94 ERA and 1.48 WHIP before the club lost him on waivers to Milwaukee at the beginning of 2002.
Omar Daal was slightly more successful than Figueroa, winning 15 games over two years (13 of them in 2001) before he too found himself elsewhere, traded to Los Angeles for Jesus Cordero and Eric Junge in November 2001.
Vincente Padilla ultimately wound up as the only worthwhile return for the Phillies, going 49-49 with a 3.98 ERA and 1.34 WHIP, representing the club as an All-Star in 2002.