In one dime bin, I liberated about 40 or so Diamond Kings from the table. I really wasn't paying too much attention to them as I went through. Just doing a basic "I'm sure I have that one", "I know I don't have that one" and "Maybe? Ah, if I've got it, I'm only out a dime." I didn't end up with any doubles out of the deal, so that worked out just fine.
Interestingly, 8 of the DKs I picked up were Expos. I wasn't really trying for the lot of them, it just ended up that way, although it is totally appropriate for Expos cards to come from the Expo. I'm going through them in chronological order.
street outside of Jarry Park, as well as a baseball field named after him in the city. Jarry isn't too far from the Metro in Montreal - so I'll have to make a short trip out there the next time I'm visiting the city.
nine players in MLB history that were born in France. Either he or Bruce Bochy would be the best known of the bunch, although the latter would be better known for his work as a manager.
And finally, is there any better way to wrap up a very Canadian baseball blog post with one of the best Canadians ever to play the game?
also took place at Dodger Stadium.