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Mon, 1990-12-24

On December 24, 1990, the Montreal Expos trade longtime leadoff man Tim Raines to the Chicago White Sox for outfielder Ivan Calderon and pitcher Barry Jones. In 12 seasons with the Expos, Raines batted .301 and stole 634 bases, the most in franchise history.

 

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Barry Jones, Chicago White Sox, Ivan Calderon, Montreal Expos, Tim Raines

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