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Montreal Expos: Canada's First MLB Team Would Have Been 47 Today

05/27/2015 09:46 EDT | Updated 05/27/2015 09:59 EDT

The first Canadian Major League Baseball would have turned 47 today. The Montreal Expos have long left Canada, but love for the franchise remains strong among Quebec's and Canada's baseball fans. There's even a movement to bring Major League Baseball back to the city.

Watch the video above to find out how the dream still lives, and it started 47 years ago today. It's The One Thing You Should Know Today.

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