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Jose Vidro: The most underrated Expo?

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By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada Who's the most underrated player in Montreal Expos history? I've been asked this question several times over the years and my answer has consistently been Jose Vidro. In my opinion, for a player that was the greatest second baseman in franchise history and one of the top two offensive... Continue Reading →

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He coached for the Montreal Expos? . . . Mickey Vernon

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By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada He may have been the most important hitting coach in Montreal Expos history. Yet, even some of the most diehard Expos fans probably won't remember Mickey Vernon's tenure as the club's batting instructor. When the two-time American League batting champion took over as the team's hitting coach under manager... Continue Reading →

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He coached for the Expos? . . . Larry Doby

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By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada It was the fall of 1975 and it seemed like the stage might be set for Larry Doby to once again make major league history. Doby, who, in July 1947, became the first African-American player to compete in the American League, was a highly respected hitting instructor in the... Continue Reading →

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Former Montreal Expos pitcher Derek Aucoin passes away at 50

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By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada Former Montreal Expos pitcher and Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Derek Aucoin passed away on Saturday night at the age of 50 after a courageous battle with brain cancer. The news of Aucoin's passing was shared by multiple Quebec news outlets on Sunday morning. Aucoin, who became the... Continue Reading →

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