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The Montreal Expos were named after the 1967 Universal Exposition of Montreal (Terre des Hommes). The colors of the team are blue, white and red, symbolizing the French origins of the city of Montreal.

Montreal Expos Records Compilation

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Batting Carreer High Records

Records Descriptions Numbers Holder(s) Year Played
Most Runs 934 Tim Raines 1979-90 + 2001
Most Hits 1694 Tim Wallach 1980-92
Most Doubles 360 Tim Wallach 1980-92
Most triples 81 Tim Raines 1979-90 + 2001
Most Homeruns 225 Andre Dawson 1976-86
Most RBI 905 Tim Wallach 1980-92
Most Stolen Bases 634 Tim Raines 1979-90 + 2001
Highest batting average .323 Vladimir Guerrero 1996-2003

Pitching Carreer High Records

Records Descriptions Numbers Holder(s) Year Played
Most Saves 152 Jeff Reardon 1981-86
Most Shutouts 37 Steve Rodgers 1973-85
Most Wins 158 Steve Rodgers 1973-85
Most Strikeouts 1621 Steve Rodgers 1973-85
Lowest ERA 3.06 Pedro Martinez 1994-97
3.06 Denis Martinez 1986-93

Batting Season High Records

Records Descriptions Numbers Holder(s) Season
Most Runs 133 Tim Raines 1983
Most Hits 204 Al Oliver 1982
Most Doubles 54 Mark Grudzielanek 1997
Most triples 13 Rodney Scott 1980
13 Tim Raines 1985
13 Mitch Webster 1986
Most Homeruns 44 Vladimir Guerrero 2000
Most RBI 131 Vladimir Guerrero 1999
Most Stolen Bases 97 Ron Leflore 1980
Highest batting average .345 Vladimir Guerrero 2000

Pitching Season High Records

Records Descriptions Numbers Holder(s) Season
Most Saves 43 John Wetteland 1993
Most Shutouts 5 Bill Stoneman 1969
5 Steve Rodgers 1979
5 Dennis Martinez 1991
5 Carlos Perez 1997
Most Wins 20 Ross Grimsley 1978
Most Strikeouts 305 Pedro Martinez 1997
Lowest ERA 1.9 Pedro Martinez 1997

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