Located in Montreal, Quebec, the Montreal Expos were the first Major League Baseball franchise located outside the United States. In existence from 1969 to 2004, the Expos called three ballparks home, including Jarry Park Stadium, Olympic Stadium and Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Relocating in 2004 to Washington, D.C., the Expos are now known as the Washington Nationals.
Playing in the East division on the National League, the Expos were a team who overcame great troubles in their early years but came to success by 1981, the year in which they won their only divisional title. Despite a lack of World Series wins, the Expos saw some of MLB’s finest in their clubhouse, including franchise home run and batting average leaders Vladimir Guerrero and Steve Rogers and Hall of Famers Gary Carter and Andre Dawson.
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-World Series Wins: None
-Retired Numbers: Gary Carter (8), Andre Dawson (10), Rusty Staub (10), Tim Raines (30)
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