Montreal Expos’ Tim Raines: A Player Analysis

Posted: 30th March 2010 by Joe Regan in MLB
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In contemporary America, they are known as the Nationals, and to many, as the six year purgatory that Stephen Strasburg, and soon Bryce Harper, will begin their likely long, successful careers in. In the 1980's, however, these Nationals we know and love (to play) were in Montreal, and were home to some very good players, most notably future Hall of Famers Gary Carter and Andre Dawson. In Tim Raines, we may eventually see a third Hall of Famer from those 1980's Expos teams, as his support is growing by the year. Two weeks ago in my slideshow regarding overrated Hall of Famers , I made the assertion that it is illogical for Brock to be considered an all time great, but Raines not to be. This assertion turned out to be one of the more controversial comments, met with everything ranging from ...

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