Definition: \'e public revelation of something discreditable
Definition: \'e public revelation of something discreditable
Sentences Containing 'expos'
At the age of 18, the Montreal Expos signed Ahearne as a pitcher.
Louis Cardinals (1976), Montreal Expos (1977–78), Chicago Cubs (1979) and Cincinnati Reds (1979–81).
Yost, as a player, was used primarily as a backup catcher for the Brewers from 1980 to 1983 (which included the 1982 World Series), and then spent a year with the Texas Rangers (1984; he played a career-high 80 games with the Rangers, hitting .182) and played 5 games for the Montreal Expos (1985) before retiring.
Apart from his years with the Reds (1964–76, 1984–86), he also played for the Montreal Expos (1977–79), Boston Red Sox (1980–82) and Philadelphia Phillies (1983).
Following the Reds sweep of the Phillies in the League Championship Series and New York Yankees in the 1976 World Series (the only time a team has ever swept the postseason since the League Championship Series was introduced in 1969), Pérez was traded to the Montreal Expos with Will McEnaney for Woodie Fryman and Dale Murray.
In 2009, 21 Diabetes Expos have taken place or are planned in major markets throughout the United States.
(born September 15, 1975, in Flemington, New Jersey, USA) is a former professional right-handed baseball pitcher who played Major League Baseball from - for the Texas Rangers, Montreal Expos and Boston Red Sox.
In , Alevizos, then 84, made headlines when he proposed to buy the MLB-owned Montreal Expos franchise with the intent to move them to Connecticut.
Instead, the Expos relocated to Washington, D.C., where they now play as the Washington Nationals.
Christopher William Smith (born July 18, 1957 in Torrance, California) is a former Major League Baseball infielder who played for the Montreal Expos (–) and the San Francisco Giants ().
Chris was drafted in the 11th round in by the Expos.
He played parts of two seasons in the major leagues: 2001 for the Toronto Blue Jays and 2004 for the Montreal Expos.
Shawn Abner was chosen first in the draft; his brother Ben was also taken, in the fifth round by the Montreal Expos.
The Sherbrooke Expos of the Ligue de Baseball Senior Élite du Québec play their home games at Amedée Roy Stadium.
He would spend the next 28 years as a pitching coach, bullpen coach, minor league instructor, coordinator of instruction, and farm system director with the Braves, Orioles, San Francisco Giants, Philadelphia Phillies, Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago Cubs, Montreal Expos and Boston Red Sox.
On June 8, , Gross pitched the final two-thirds of the eighth inning in a 12-0 Phillies loss to the Montreal Expos.
Arnzen additionally played Minor League Baseball for the Gulf Coast Expos (1969), West Palm Beach Expos (1969–71), Winnipeg Whips (1971), Québec Carnavals (1972), and Peninsula Whips (1972).
Another stellar late season game came in Montréal on September 4, as Ortiz carried a perfect game into the 6th inning and allowed only two Expos to reach second base in the complete game 9–0 shutout.
That improved Ortiz to 5–0 with 1.13 ERA against the Expos in 2004.
He was the Montreal Expos west coast scouting director in 1982, and he was the scouting director for the California/Anaheim Angels from 1987 to 1999.
In July 2002, the Mets sent Rivera to the Montreal Expos as the player to be named later for a trade executed in April.
In June 2004, the Expos traded Rivera to the Milwaukee Brewers with Peter Bergeron for Jason Childers and Jason Belcher.
Powell made his MLB debut for the Montreal Expos in and played for them until . In , he joined the Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball and pitched for several different teams in Japan through . In January , he returned to United States and signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Powell was drafted out of high school by the Montreal Expos in the 4th round of the 1994 Major League Baseball Draft and assigned to the Rookie-level Gulf Coast Expos.
In with the Low-A Vermont Expos, he made 15 starts and had an ERA of 4.34.
He made 6 more appearances for the Expos and ended the season with a major league ERA of 7.92.
He made 17 starts for the Expos with perhaps his best being 8 shutout innings against the San Diego Padres on August 9.
The center contains a big esplanade that can gather up to 6,000 people and is often used for concerts, festivals, performances, and expos of different sorts.
They represented the UK at World Expos in Canada in 1986 and Brisbane in 1988.
On the other hand, these Pittsburgh Pirates struggled early in the season eventually winning the National League East by just two games over the Montreal Expos.
Line B: Beaucouzé-Monplaisir-Parc Expos.
At the culmination of her studies Jones remained in America and played for semi-professional W-League clubs Central Florida Krush, Cocoa Expos and Tampa Bay Hellenic.
Since then, in addition to stints on the major league coaching staffs of the Montreal Expos, Texas Rangers, and Pittsburgh Pirates, Cuellar has spent six years (as of 2009) coaching in the Minnesota Twins' minor league system.
Each of the five division playoff champions qualified for the tournament, along with the host Cocoa Expos.
The Cocoa Expos played and #4 and #5 seeds (Omaha and Jackson).
More Vocab Words::: gainsay - deny
::: tendentious - promoting a particular point of view; biased; having an aim; designed to further a cause; Ex. tendentious rather than truth-seeking; CF. tend: move in a certain direction
::: chaplain - clergyman attached to a chapel
::: sepulcher - tomb; V: place in a sepulcher; ADJ. sepulchral
::: sartorial - pertaining to tailors or tailoring; Ex. a man of great sartorial elegance; CF. sartor: tailor
::: suavity - urbanity; polish; ADJ. suave: smooth and courteous
::: grandiloquent - (of a person or speech) using high sounding or important-sounding language; pompous; bombastic
::: comport - bear one's self; behave; Ex. comport oneself; N. comportment
::: ribald - marked by vulgar lewd humor; wanton; profane; N. ribaldry: ribald language or joke
::: simian - monkeylike; N: ape or monkey