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The Montreal Expos were a Major League Baseball team located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada from 1969 to 2004. Immediately after the 2004 season, the club relocated to Washington, D.C and became the Washington Nationals. The New Washington National shall retain all the Expos records, contracts, spring training sites and minor league affiliates. The Expos debuted in the Major Leagues in 1969, two years after Expos 67. This was the first time that MLB expanded outside the United States. The Expos suffered through 10 straight losing seasons under their first manager, Gene Mauch. In 1979 the Expos posted their first winning record with a 95-65 record, under manager Dick Williams. The franchise would go on to post five consecutive winning seasons, and reach their only post season in the split season of 1981. In the playoffs the Expos defeated the Philadelphia Phillies3-2 in the divisional series, but were defeated by the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 in the National League Championship series.

During this time a core group of young players includes catcher Gary Carter, outfielders Tim Raines and Andre Dawson, third baseman Larry Parrish and pitchers Steve Rogers and Bill Gullickson led the expos through. On September 29, 2004, MLB officially announced the Expos franchise would move to Washington, D.C. in 2005. The Expos played their last game in Montreal, a loss to the Florida Marlins before more than 31,000 fans. The Expos had several mediocre years in the mid 1980s under manager Buck Rodgers, but steadily rebuilt in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Manager Felipe took the position midway through the 1992 season, Montreal ended the season second in the National League East in both 1992 and 1993. In 1977, Toronto received its own MLB franchise, the Blue Jays. A National title between the Expos and the Blue Jays was created in 1978; it was called the Pearson Cup, after Prime Minister Lester Bowles Pearson. This was meant to be Canada’s ‘’baseball cup’’ and fundraiser for amateur baseball in Canada. Pearson Cup games were played from 1978 to 1986 and each team won three times, and there were two ties. On October 2, 2004, the Expos earn their last win in franchise history, defeating the New York Mets 6-3. Brad Wilkerson hit the last home run in Expos history in the ninth inning, his 32nd of the year.

 
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As Brochu states, owners knew about steroids
ESPN

"At first, of course we were scratching our heads about it. When you think of former Expos like FP Santangelo, of course we knew, but we were powerless. The union had decided they would not allow us to test players. There was nothing to do. ...

Former Expos ace applauds drug testing
Canada.com, Canada

... Montreal Expos' all-time greats. "I just think that the industry has done great things (to address the situation),'' said Steve Rogers, who is now the special assistant to Major League Baseball Players Association executive director Donald Fehr. ...
Big O was Mr. Rogers neighbourhood StarPhoenix
Rogers always faces THE question Regina Leader-Post
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Ex-major leaguer Lockman dies
CharlotteObserver.com, NC

Lockman retired in 2001, after 56 years in the game, working as a manager and in scouting and player development for the Cubs, Expos and Marlins after his playing days ended. He was born on July 25, 1926 in Lowell, and was christened Carroll Walter ...
Lockman led Tacoma to its last solo PCL title TheNewsTribune.com
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TSN.ca rates AL's overrated and underrated players
TSN.ca, Canada

His average dropped to .303 last season, which was its lowest point since he was with the Montreal Expos in 1997. While he still has value, it's just not what it used to be. Oakland Athletics: Justin Duchscherer – overrated: He has been slowed with a ...
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