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Montreal Expos Baseball Information Source

Expos Stadiums

  • Montreal's Jarry Stadium. Home of the Expos between 1969-1976

    Jarry Park Stadium

    Jarry Park was the original home of the Montreal Expos between 1969-1976, and the site of the first MLB game ever to be played outside the United States when the Expos hosted the St. Louis Cardinals on April 8, 1969.

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  • Montreal's Olympic Stadium

    Olympic Stadium

    Home of the 1976 Summer Olympics, the Olympic Stadium became home to the Expos at the beginning of the 1977 season. The Olympic Stadium also hosted the 1982 MLB All-Star Game with 59,057 in attendance.

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  • Hiram Bithorn Stadium in Puerto Rico

    Hiram Bithorn Stadium

    Located in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Hiram Bithorn Stadium was part-time home of the Expos in 2003 and 2004 prior to their move to Washington, D.C. The Expos played 22 "home" games in each season due to poor attendance in Montreal.

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Expos Legends

  • Gary Carter #8 - Montreal Expos 1974-1984, 1992

    Gary Carter

    Affectionately known as The Kid, the late Gary Carter was very possibly the most popular Expo of all time.

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  • Rusty Staub #10 - Montreal Expos 1969-1971, 1979

    Rusty Staub

    Le Grand Orange endeared himself to Montrealers and became the Expos first star player upon their 1969 debut.

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  • Andre Dawson #10 - Montreal Expos 1976-1986

    Andre Dawson

    Combining a blend of power, speed, and defense, The Hawk was perhaps the best all around player in Expos history.

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  • Tim Raines #30 - Montreal Expos 1979-1990, 2001

    Tim Raines

    One of the most prolific base stealers ever to play the game, The Rock was the catalyst of the Expos lineup for years.

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Expos Greats