If there’s one thing about Bob Melvin that I thought I could count on this year, it would be relative predictability.  My impression of Melvin has always been that he’s a fairly conservative manager when it… Read more »

Throughout most of its history, baseball in Montreal has been a struggle, not just on the field but also off it. In fact, just getting a suitable stadium for the team was a headache. The Expos had to play their first seven years in a Triple-A ballpark called Jarry Park, which could only seat 28,500 people. The stadium was less than ideal, it wasn’t a dome, and due to Montreal’s cold weather, many games in April and September had to be played on the road.