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Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos Mount Rushmore: Tim Raines

Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos Mount Rushmore

John Lepore | May 13th, 2020

A franchise that has only been around since 1969 has a limited amount of players to choose from. Especially a franchise that hasn’t had much success until recently. Nevertheless, we will choose the four players to have their faces immortalized on the Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos Mount Rushmore.

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Too Much Pod Tar Podcast: This Day In Baseball History – April 8: Hank Does It, Futility, and the Old Man and the Shea

Alex Kielar  | April 8th, 2020 Another episode of Today in Baseball History. I’m joined again by Johnnie Black and we talk about Hank Aaron‘s historic feat, the ultimate 0-fer, and when a pitcher wins at a stadium that’s younger than he is. Continue reading

Flashback Friday – Gary Carter

John Lepore | April 12th, 2019

Every Thursday or Friday we will take a look back on the life and career of a player. You will get some background, an iconic moment, and plenty of stats. Last week we took a look at Kirby Puckett. This week we will spend some time on a great catcher and a player beloved both in Montreal and New York. Gary Carter.

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