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Gary Carter, nicknamed "The Kid," played 12 seasons (1974-1984, 1992) with the Montreal Expos.
All-time leaders & stats
The first player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame wearing a Montreal cap, Gary Carter ranks third on the club's home run and RBI all-time lists. Take a look at Carter's impressive career numbers and see where he ranks in other offensive categories
Expos historical gallery
A look at the top moments and players in the history of the franchise dating back to 1969 and the first season in Montreal. Go >
Nationals TIMELINE
1969-1979 | 1980-1989 | 1990-1999 | 2000-Present
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All-time Rosters
Every player to wear an Nationals uniform is listed here, including Spike Owen. Go >
2010 Top 12 moments
2006 First Half
2006 Second Half
2005 First Half
2005 Second Half
Multimedia Highlights

Baseball's Best Baseball's Best
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Nationals games featured in Baseball's Best:
1981 NLCS | Game 5   More >
Top Plays of 2010:
• Strasburg K's 14 in MLB debut, 6/8: 350K
• Dunn's 3-homer game, 7/7: 350K
Top Plays of 2007:
• Zimmerman shines at third, 4/28: 350K
• Logan conquers Tal's Hill, 8/2: 350K

Stats and Records

LEADERS (*as of 2012)

 Career HRs
1. V. Guerrero 234
2. A. Dawson 225
3. G. Carter 220

 Career ERA
1. T. Burke 2.61
2. J. Reardon 2.84
3. K. Hill 3.04
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Nationals awards and honors:
Team awards history
Retired Numbers
Hall of Famers history