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The 1982 All-Star Game at Olympic Stadium was the first outside the United States, the host Montreal Expos giving the event a distinctive international flair.
As Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn looked on, center fielder Andre Dawson, catcher Gary Carter and left fielder Tim Raines were among five players wearing that tri-color hat of the hometown team.
On Wednesday, Raines is likely to join Dawson and Carter as Expos in the Hall of Fame, expected to be voted the honor in his 10th and final year of eligibility.
"If I get in, that's the team I deserve to go in for, regardless if they no longer have a team," Raines said in a phone interview from his home in Phoenix on Tuesday.
Dear Dr. Roach • Your recent response to a woman who, later in life, experienced “people talking to me” was that she was having auditory hallucinations and that she should go to a doctor, “as there is very effective treatment…
The new year ushered in a change in leadership at the Baptist Joint Committee on Religious Liberty, but the 80-year-old organization's commitment to safeguarding First Amendment religious protections for all Americans will remain unshaken.