|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» June 30, 1997:
In the first regular-season game between Canada's ML teams, the Expos emerge a 2–1 winner over the Blue Jays. Pedro Martinez allows three hits, including a solo home run by Carlos Delgado, and strikes out 10 while Vladimir Guerrero hits a home run in his first interleague at-bat.
» September 11, 1997: John Olerud cycles, going 4-for-5 with five ribbies, to lead the Mets to a 9-5 win over the Expos. Olerud hits a bases loaded stand-up triple in the 8th, his first triple in three years, to complete the cycle. The drive bounces off the wall, striking center fielder Vladimir Guerrero.
» August 15, 1998: In the Reds–Expos game, two pairs of brothers face each other, and three out of four go deep. Vladimir Guerrero and Wilton Guerrero homer for the Expos while Bret Boone hits a solo shot for the Reds. Aaron Boone followed with a strikeout, but the Reds win 6–4.
» September 16, 1998: Montreal scores two runs in the bottom of the 9th inning to defeat Florida, 3–2. Rookie P Kirt Ojala, who went the distance for the Marlins, ties a major league record by striking out four Expos in the 4th inning. Ojala fans Fernando Seguignol, Vladimir Guerrero, Shane Andrews, and Brad Fullmer to become the 12th hurler in major league history to fan four batters consecutively. Guerrero reached base on a 3rd–strike passed ball.
» August 27, 1999: The Reds defeat the Expos, 4-1. In the process, Cincinnati P Ron Villone stops OF Vladimir Guerrero's 31-game hitting streak, the longest in the majors in 12 years. Guerrero grounds to short, is intentionally walked, and fouls out in his three at bats.
» October 2, 1999: The Expos defeat the Phillies, 13-3, as the Guerrero brothers combine to drive home 10 of the runs. Vladimir Guerrero hits a pair of 3-run homers, while Wilton Guerrero slugs a grand slam.
» April 3, 2000: The Dodgers defeat the Expos, 10-4, behind Eric Karros' grand slam. OF Vladimir Guerrero hits a pair of homers for Montreal as a new major league record for opening day is set with five players having multiple home run games.
» May 8, 2000: The Angels defeat the A's, 9-8, despite home runs by brothers Jason and Jeremy Giambi for Oakland. Vladimir and Wilton Guerrero of the Expos were the last brothers to homer in the same game.
» April 2, 2001: Vlad Guerrero has an RBI single in the 10th to give the Expos a 5–4 win over the Cubs. The Expos finish with INF Mike Mordecai behind the plate replacing Sandy Martinez, who injures his elbow trying to throw out Eric Young in the 10th. Starting C Michael Barrett is thumbed out of the game in the 8th. Rock Raines pinch hits for the Expos, thus becoming the 27th ML player to play in four decades.
» May 13, 2001: Montreal takes a 9–0 lead over host Colorado in the 4th inning, then holds on for a 14–10 win. Milton Bradley has four hits, including a home run, and five RBIs, while Vladimir Guerrero and Jose Vidro also homer. Todd Helton has four hits, with a home run and double.
» July 17, 2001: Expos coach Ozzie Guillen is thrown out before 1st pitch is thrown out, continuing an argument from last night with ump Greg Gibson. The Expos then pound Boston's Tim Wakefield to beat the visiting Red Sox, 117. Five homers are hit in the game, including a 457-foot shot by Vladimir Guerrero.
» April 17, 2002: Montreal scores eight times in the 4th inning and the Expos go on to defeat the Cubs, 15–8. Chris Truby hits a 2–run triple in the frame and Vlad Guerrero lines a bases–loaded triple. Expo starter Tomokazu Ohka exits after failing to retire any of the first six batters, but Bruce Chen supplies four solid innings.