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April 14, 1969, the Montreal Expos started their local season at Parc Jarry against the Saint-Louis, Cards. This was an historic day for the Major league of Baseball because it was the first game played outside the USA.

We must Vote Jacques Doucet


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By Dave Kaufman

For generations of Francophone Canadians, Jacques Doucet is the voice of summer. A pioneer who invented the French baseball lexicon, Doucet’s voice was the sound that brought baseball to life. Known as Canada’s Vin Scully, Doucet is once again up for consideration for enshrinement into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY.

Doucet has called over 5,000 professional games, written two books on the history of the Expos, and continues to be a supporter of the growth of baseball in Canada. Please vote for Jacques Doucet to be a finalist for the Frick Award. It is an honour that is both deserved and overdue.

We must vote on the Hall Of Fame facebook page located here: https://www.facebook.com/baseballhall