Balor Moore was the first player ever drafted by the Montreal Expos, an expansion team, established in 1969. The Expos selected Moore in the first round (22nd overall).
Jim Fanning was the first general manager of the Montreal Expos.
They first played in "Parc Jarry" and then in the "Stade Olympique". Both in Montreal.
Charles Bronfman first majority owner.
The Washington Senators, then the Montreal Expos, then the Washington Nationals.
Montreal Expos in 1969.
Dr. Bruce Thomas was the Team Physician for the Expos for the 2003and 2004 seasons, the final two years the franchise was in Montreal. Dr. Thomas was also the first Team Physician for the Washington Nationals upon their move to DC. He was preceded in Montreal by the Expos' longstanding orthopedist, Dr. Larry Coughlin.
John Boccabella played in just one game at first base for the Montreal Expos in 1973 and did not start. He made no putouts, had no assists, and committed no errors, equivalent to 0 errors per game (estimate based on total games played in). He had no double plays.
Canada's first MLB team was the Montreal Expos who began play in 1969.
Red-haired Rusty Staub was given this nickname by Montreal Expos fans. He was the team's first star, playing for Montreal between 1969-1971.
Joe Siddall played in just one game at first base for the Montreal Expos in 1993 and did not start. He played for a total of 3 outs, equivalent to .11 9-inning games. He made no putouts, had no assists, and committed no errors, equivalent to 0 errors per 9-inning game. He had no double plays.