otm. isn't carey price enough?
― mookieproof, Saturday, 15 July 2017 03:35 (two years ago) link
― clemenza, Saturday, 29 July 2017 20:29 (one year ago) link
― Andy K, Sunday, 30 July 2017 02:42 (one year ago) link
― mookieproof, Sunday, 30 July 2017 05:23 (one year ago) link
Posnanski pointed out the other day how incredibly close they were during their Expos years:
Games played in Montreal:
Tim Raines: 1,452Andre Dawson: 1,443
WAR in Montreal:
Tim Raines: 48.5Andre Dawson: 48.1
― clemenza, Sunday, 30 July 2017 13:49 (one year ago) link
This video is worth checking out. Stick around until the end, the last throw they show is unbelievable.
― earlnash, Thursday, 30 August 2018 00:00 (ten months ago) link
I remember when Ellis Valentine got hit in the face with a pitch and wore this helmet. Always thought this was a pretty cool card.
Lot of big name players in that Valentine clip. I believe that is Dale Murphy in that one against the Braves.
― earlnash, Thursday, 30 August 2018 00:02 (ten months ago) link
jacksonville expos cap circa 1985-90. nice
― mookieproof, Friday, 1 February 2019 18:11 (five months ago) link
― mookieproof, Saturday, 6 July 2019 21:25 (two weeks ago) link
Pitching another monster game through 5 (59 strikes, 19 balls!).
Somewhat related: going to the Canadian HOF for the first time on Wednesday. I hope there's more than a Fergie Jenkins jersey and a couple of Joey Votto's bats...
― clemenza, Saturday, 6 July 2019 21:49 (two weeks ago) link
For a long time I just assumed Tim Raines was canadian because he got inducted there.
― Van Horn Street, Sunday, 7 July 2019 16:00 (two weeks ago) link
Would love to learn why LB Pearson is inducted if you can report for me.
― Van Horn Street, Sunday, 7 July 2019 16:03 (two weeks ago) link
My guess would be he had a hand in getting Montreal a team--he was PM up till '68? I think there are a bunch of non-Canadian Jays and Expos in there.
― clemenza, Sunday, 7 July 2019 17:25 (two weeks ago) link
"Canada’s 14th Prime Minister, Lester B. Pearson, was a fine all-around athlete who participated in a variety of sports, including hockey, football, rugby, basketball and lacrosse. But baseball was Pearson’s true passion. He suited up alongside his brother, Vaughan, with the Guelph Maple Leafs of the Ontario Intercounty Baseball League and attended games at Toronto’s famed Hanlan’s Point stadium as a youngster.
Later in life, the Nobel Peace Prize winner served as an honorary board member with the Montreal Expos. After his death, the Pearson Cup, named in his honour, was presented to the winner of an annual exhibition game between the Toronto Blue Jays and Montreal Expos from 1978 to 1986."
So...he liked baseball seems to be the reason.
― clemenza, Sunday, 7 July 2019 17:27 (two weeks ago) link