All-time Montreal Expos/Washington Nationals

Apr 17, 2009

It’s time to head to Washington via Montreal.

Face of the Franchise:
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Tim Raines
Image courtesy of Andrea Lavoie

Manager: Felipe Alou

C – Gary Carter
1B – Andres Galarraga
2B – Jose Vidro
3B – Tim Wallach
SS – Orlando Cabrera
OF – Tim Raines
OF – Andre Dawson
OF – Vladimir Guerrero
DH – Warren Cromartie
Bench:  Util Bob Bailey, Util Hubie Brooks, 3B Larry Parrish, OF Rondell “Ron-DL” White

SP – Dennis Martinez
SP – Steve Rogers
SP – Bryn Smith
SP – Bill Gullickson
SP – Pedro Martinez
P – Ken Hill
P – Jeff Fassero
P – Steve Renko
P – Javier Vazquez
RP – Tim Burke
RP – John Wetteland
RP – Jeff Reardon

That’s the team I came up with. Do you have any changes you’d like to suggest? I’m always open to them.

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5 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. Frank
    April 17th, 2009 at 2:31 pm #

    Can John Boccabella coach first so the PA announcer can call his name once a game?

    For a short history, now they have some players, including Two very good closers! It must have been tough to omit Rusty Staub.

  2. Frank
    April 19th, 2009 at 4:08 pm #

    How about putting White on the honorary DL then promoting Rusty Staub?

    That’s a tough outfield to crack … plus one strong pen.

    As usual, well done.

  3. LestersLegends
    April 20th, 2009 at 12:17 pm #

    For some reason this go buried in my SPAM. If only Rusty played a little longer.

    Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG AVG
    1. R White* 742 2756 420 808 165 23 101 384 1322 200 494 88 36 .348 .480 .293
    2. R Staub 518 1803 290 531 86 18 81 284 896 310 206 24 20 .402 .497 .295

  4. David Funk
    April 22nd, 2009 at 2:03 pm #

    Nice to see my favorite player in Andre Dawson on this team. It had to be tough to endure all those years playing on astro turf and those bad knees. He was as tough as they come, and I tell people he could have played in any era of game because of that.

    Ironically, Gary Carter and Hubie Brooks were traded for one another in the huge deal that sent Carter to the Mets.

    Nice job on this one, too!

  5. LestersLegends
    April 22nd, 2009 at 2:59 pm #

    cool. thanks for adding.

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