Party of Jays: Larry Walker, Claude Raymond, Denis Boucher and Derek Aucoin honored

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Other former players of the Expos will be honoured before the ceremonies before the match the two preparatory meetings that will play the Toronto Blue Jays against the Milwaukee Brewers on march 25th and 26th at the olympic Stadium in Montreal.

It is Larry Walker, Claude Raymond, Denis Boucher and Derek Aucoin.

They add to the old Expos Jose “CoCo” Laboy, Brad Wilkerson, Mike Fitzgerald, Steve Renko, Javier Vazquez and Ross Grimsley, whose presence had already been confirmed.

Walker is probably the most talented of the group, since he won the title of most valuable player to his team in the national League with the Colorado Rockies in 1997. He also has seven golden Gloves, three Sticks of money and a Lou Marsh trophy, in addition to five participations at the all-star game major. He played the first six seasons of his 17-year career in Montreal.

On his side, Raymond is one of the pioneers of quebec baseball. The launcher has evolved in the majors from 1961 to 1971, including the last three in the quebec metropolis.

Boucher is a pitcher left-handed artist, who has played four seasons in the majors, including in 1993 and 1994 with the Expos.

Finally, Aucoin played two matches in the majors, all with the training in montreal in 1996.

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