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Autobiographical story by Marc Griffin, an essential read for all baseball fans!

“OK, it’s confirmed: one day, I’m going to play for the Expos!” »

The 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal not only marked the history of sport, they also sowed the seed of dreams in the heart of a little guy from Sainte-Foy.

How did young Marc Griffin, raised in an effervescent cultural and sporting environment, manage to tread the same ground as his heroes, Raines, Carter and Dawson?

This touching and unifying story depicts a time when our blood was red or blue, when the music of Beau Dommage resonated in baseball stadiums and when the name Stastny became Quebecois.

A path dotted with encounters with idols as well as twists of fate where we learn to lose, to win... and above all to dream.

“A simple and touching story of a brilliant man who loves the ball, and especially life! It can be read with a smile. Thanks, 26!! » – Christian Tétreault, writer

Marc Griffin was an outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers and Montreal Expos organizations, as well as in the 1988 Seoul Olympics. At the end of his playing career, he became one of the leading voices of baseball in Quebec, on television and radio. The former left-handed hitter is analyst at RDS since 2011.

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