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    Hi All,

    First time posting here, I wonder if anyone had a list or a website as to the first ever spring training roster of the Montreal Expos?

    Secondly in 1969 according to Baseball Reference.com the Vancouver Mounties were not officially the Expos AAA farm team as they shared them with the Seattle Pilots that season, however there are a few familiar names on that team, but is their anyway of knowing who belonged to the Expos and who belonged to the Pilots on that team?

    Thanks,

    Wayne

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    Originally posted by waynelap View Post
    Hi All,

    First time posting here, I wonder if anyone had a list or a website as to the first ever spring training roster of the Montreal Expos?

    Secondly in 1969 according to Baseball Reference.com the Vancouver Mounties were not officially the Expos AAA farm team as they shared them with the Seattle Pilots that season, however there are a few familiar names on that team, but is their anyway of knowing who belonged to the Expos and who belonged to the Pilots on that team?

    Thanks,

    Wayne
    Here is a link to baseball reference and the 1969 Vancouver Mounties roster:

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/re...gi?id=d04e1f48

    By also looking up the 1969 Seattle Pilot roster and the 1969 Montreal Expo roster you ought to be able to identify who "owned" almost every player. You may also want to use a copy of "Ball Four" as the Pilots are the focus for the first 3/4 or so of the book and many many players are named. Plus Bouton did a short stint himself on the Mounties that season and discusses it.

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