Ben and Sam talk to Jonah Keri about his new book about the Montreal Expos, Up, Up & Away, as well as expansion draft strategy and spelling defense with a c.
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April 11, 2013 5:00 am
Might the Marlins have been better off taking their act on the road, rather than constructing a new stadium?
Ten years ago today, home became something altogether foreign. Baseball’s already bilingual bunch from la belle province, on this date back in 2003, went Caribbean, playing their first of 43 games over a two-year period in a temporary home in Puerto Rico.
A mainlander hit the first home run, if Brian Schneider’s birthplace of Florida still counts. A Japanese import got the win, as Tomo Ohka pitched eight innings of the 10-0 slaughter of David Cone and the Mets.