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Rusty Staub of the Expos.

Robertson, John

Rusty Staub of the Expos.

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Published by Prentice-Hall of Canada in Scarborough, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Staub, Rusty, 1944-

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV865.S77 R6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination185 p.
    Number of Pages185
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5454328M
    ISBN 10013784462X
    LC Control Number73156492
    OCLC/WorldCa201934

      In other words, Rusty Staub had high standards, and by the end of his career, they’d led to some dazzling stats: or more hits with four separate teams (the Houston Astros, Montreal Expos.


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Rusty Staub of the Expos. by Robertson, John Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book may be 45 years old, but it is still a fascinating read into the early career of Le Grande Orange Rusty Staub. The book details the infamous trade from Houston to Montreal that almost didn't happen because of Donn Clendonon's "retirement".

The book also touches on Rusty's upbringing and his views on baseball and the ways he talked to 5/5(1). Career: HR, BA, RBI (60th), RF/1B, 6xAllStar, Mets/Astros/b:L/t:R, 1x 2B Leader, born in LAdiedLe Grand OrangeHeight: Meter. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Robertson, John, active Rusty Staub of the Expos.

Scarborough, Ont., Prentice-Hall of Canada []. INSCRIBED BY SLUGGER RUSTY STAUB, “LE GRAND ORANGE” (STAUB, Rusty) ROBERTSON, John. Rusty Staub of the Expos. Scarborough, Ontario: Prentice-Hall of Canada, ().

Octavo, original orange paper boards, original dust jacket. First edition of this biography of the clean-up-man Montreal fans called “Le Grand Orange,” inscribed, “To John.

Highlights for the author include a section focused on hall-of-famer Rusty Staub, the Expos’ first star player and one of Gallagher’s favourites growing up.

“Along with him being the early franchise hero of the Expos, his given names were Daniel Joseph, which were the same as mine, so I had a bit of a connection with Rusty Staub of the Expos. book that way. New book provides personal look at Montreal Expos’ wild history “Everybody loved Rusty,” said Claude Raymond, the pitcher from St-Jean-Sur.

On April 8,the Montreal Expos played their first regular season game in franchise history, Rusty Staub was the starting right fielder that historic day in Shea Stadium.

In that game, Staub became the first Expos player to wear uniform #10, the first to fly out (1st inning, versus Tom Seaver), the first to hit a single (3rd inning / versus Tom Seaver), and the first to homer off a relief.

Rusty Staub, the godfather of baseball in Canada, a cult hero for generations of fans in New York and Montreal, a bon vivant and beloved teammate, and one of the most prolific athlete Author: Jonah Keri. Daniel Joseph "Rusty" Staub (April 1, – Ma ) was an American Major League Baseball right fielder, designated hitter, and first baseman and philanthropist.

He has a year baseball career with 5 different teams. He was an original member of the Montreal Expos. Staub also played for the Houston Colts, the New York Mets, the Detroit Tigers and the New York : Left: Threw: Right. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Rusty Staub of the Expos by John Robertson (, Book, Illustrated) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. This is a March file photo showing New York Mets baseball player Rusty Staub in St. Petersburg, Fla. Staub, who became a huge hit with baseball fans in Author: TOM HAWTHORN. The Rusty Staub trades and transactions seen below include all known instances where Rusty Staub has been involved in a trade or transaction of any type as it relates to baseball.

"The redhead from New Orleans signed with the Houston Colt’s in for a bonus of $,   Major League Baseball Player, Broadcaster. For twenty-three seasons ( to ), he played at the right-field and first-base positions, as well as designated hitter with the Houston Colts/Astros, Montreal Expos, New York Mets, Detroit Tigers and Texas Rangers.

Staub achieved all star status six-times ( to Birth: 1 AprNew Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, USA. Rusty Staub, the orange-haired outfielder who became a huge hit with baseball fans in two countries during an All-Star career that spanned 23.

This book may be 45 years old, but it is still a fascinating read into the early career of Le Grande Orange Rusty Staub. The book details the infamous trade from Houston to Montreal that almost didn't happen because of Donn Clendonon's "retirement".5/5. Rusty Staub, dubbed "Le Grand Orange" when he played in Montreal, was part of the fabric of baseball for 23 seasons from toranking 13th on the all-time list in games is the only player in history to collect hits with 4 different clubs.

Staub had the distinction of being the "darling" of two expansion teams: the Houston Colts and the Montreal Expos. Rob Sinclair reports for TSN from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Rusty Staub, a six-time All-Star who became a popular figure with the New York Mets and Montreal Expos, died early Thursday morning.

Staub, who would have celebrated his. Rusty Staub of the Expos. by John Robertson starting at $ Rusty Staub of the Expos. has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. In this Jfile photo, Rusty Staub speaks during his induction into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in St.

Marys, Ont. Staub, an original member of Author: Stu Cowan, Montreal Gazette. “We send our heartfelt condolences to the family, friends, former teammates and many fans of Rusty Staub, who sadly passed away this morning,” the Houston Astros said in a statement, Ma “As a member of the Colts and Astros fromRusty was one of the first stars in the club’s history and played a significant role in establishing the franchise in its early : Brad Kyle.

The amazing Rusty Staub fans didn’t see Staub stands as the only player to tally plus hits with four different clubs (Astros, Mets, Tigers and Author: Ken Davidoff. Rusty Staub of the Expos by Robertson, John, fl. Publication date Topics Staub, Rusty,Montreal Expos (Baseball team) -- Biography, Baseball players -- Canada -- Biography Publisher Scarborough, Ont.: Prentice-Hall of Canada Collection Internet Archive Books.

Uploaded by stationcebu on March 6, SIMILAR ITEMS Pages: Daniel Joseph "Rusty" Staub, also known as "Le Grande Orange", was called to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Thursday, Ma at the age of Rusty was born on April 1, He attended St Cecelia Grammar School and Jesuit High School.

It was 48 years ago today that the Montreal Expos traded Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Rusty Staub to the New York Mets for Ken Singleton, Tim Foli and Mike Jorgensen. Staub, who had been the Expos’ first superstar, went on to enjoy four decent seasons for the Mets, including registering RBIs for them in   The Cardinals (l.) and Mets (r.) stand on the field during a pregame ceremony as the late Rusty Staub's image is projected on the screen.(Frank Franklin II/AP) "Obviously, this is a sad day for.

He owned and operated two popular Manhattan restaurants that bore his name, and authored a children's book titled "Hello, Mr. Met!" Staub was. “He (Ray), didn’t push us into sports,” Chuck later recalled in the book Rusty Staub of the Expos. “It was just there, and we loved it.

But I’m sure if Rusty or myself wanted to play the violin, Dad would have bust a gut swinging a deal for the best violin money could buy.”. Rusty Staub, a longtime Mets hitter, has died at age Through a benefit fund he founded, Staub raised millions for the families of first responders killed.

NEW YORK (AP) — Rusty Staub, the orange-haired outfielder who became a huge hit with baseball fans in two countries during an All-Star career. Rusty Staub's Early Life. Rusty Staub was born on 1 st Aprilin New Orleans, Florida.

His father, Ray Staub, was a school teacher whereas his mother, Alma Morton Staub, was a homemaker. He attended Jesuit High School. Rusty Staub's Net Worth and Endorsement. Rusty Staub net worth is estimated to be $4 of Birth:April 1. In thisfile photo, New York Mets' Rusty Staub, left, and Montreal Expos hitting coach Duke Snider chat before a doubleheader, at.

Rusty Staub played for the Mets from and again from and was a very popular player in both stints with the club. While many fans remember him as the team’s plump pinch-hitter in his second go-round, he was the driving offensive force behind the team that reached the World Series and the Mets might have reached the series the year before if Staub had stayed.

New York Mets baseball player Rusty Staub on Jin New York. Staub was the first star for the expansion Montreal Expos in. Rusty Staub, an original member of the Montreal Expos and one of the team's first superstars, has died.

He was Nicknamed "Le Grand Orange" by Montreal fans for his shock of red hair, which. WS Gm4: Rusty Staub homers to give Mets lead MLB. Loading Unsubscribe from MLB. Highlights of Expos first season opener and first home opener - Duration:   Rusty Staub, an original member of the Montreal Expos and one of the team’s first superstars, has died.

He was Nicknamed "Le Grand Orange" by. Baseball legend Rusty Staub, who played for Tigers in s, dies at 73 Updated ; Posted Rusty Staub of New York Mets bat in the World Series in Oakland in October Rusty Staub.

likes. Rusty Staub, a native of New Orleans, LA, played in Major League Baseball from through with the Houston Astros, Montreal Expos, New York Mets, Detroit Tigers, and Followers:   Staub was the first star for the expansion Montreal Expos inembraced by French-Canadian fans at Parc Jarry who appreciated that he learned their language.

He made three straight All-Star teams with Montreal and hit a career-high 30 home runs for the last-place Expos in. The Montreal Expos honored Staub inretiring his #10, making him the first Expo to earn such distinction. Rusty Staub’s career ended with the Mets in after he collected 2, hits including doubles and home runs, 1, runs and 1, RBI while batting lifetime.

He also posted a fielding percentage. NEW YORK (AP) — Rusty Staub was a huge hit on both sides of the border. Instantly recognizable for his fiery orange hair and gregarious personality, the .#10 Montreal Expos Rusty Staub Maury Wills - Topps Team Poster Baseball Cards (Star) Graded G/VG Almost Gone!

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