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Franchise Retired Numbers

Nationals' and Expos' all-time retired numbers

The history of the franchise dates back to 1969, when the expansion Montreal Expos were founded. Before moving to Washington, D.C., before the 2005 season, Montreal retired three numbers to honor four players, encompassing homegrown talents that blossomed into superstars and the franchise's first marquee star, who was acquired in a trade.

Although each of these numbers remain in circulation with the Nationals, here is a look at the numbers retired by the Expos:

#8 - Gary Carter

#10 - Andre Dawson

#10 - Rusty Staub

#30 - Tim Raines

#42 - Jackie Robinson