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The Montreal Canadiens honored the memory of the late Gary Carter prior to Sunday's game against the New Jersey Devils.
The Canadiens came out for their pre-game warmup wearing jerseys with Carter's No. 8 on their backs. A video showed the Hall of Famer catcher during his days with the Montreal Expos - much to the pleasure of the crowd at the Bell Centre.
A moment of silence was observed in Carter's memory.
Carter died last Thursday after a long battle with a brain tumor. He was 57.
An 11-time All-Star, Carter was diagnosed in May 2011 with a malignant brain tumor.
He swatted 324 career home runs, 1,225 RBIs and had a .262 batting average with the Expos, New York Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants.
Nicknamed "Kid," Carter was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2003.
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Earlier this week, Baseball Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter died at the age of 57.
As a tribute to Gary Carter, Annakin Slayd, a musical artist from Montreal, recorded a song called "Kid" along with a video featuring highlights of Carter during his playing days.
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Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter passed away last week and will forever be remembered as one of the best to put on a chest protector and shin guards. The 11-time All-Star, 3-time Gold Glove Award winner, and 5-time Silver Slugger Award winner played 19 seasons and was a member of the 1986 World [...]
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The legendary catcher spent 12 of his 19 seasons there with the Expos, establishing himself as a fan favorite with his unparalleled work ethic and his desire to connect with the French-speaking fanbase, despite the fact that he didn't know a lick of French when he first came to the team. Today the Montreal Canadiens...
Here’s a video produced by the Montreal Canadiens to honor Gary Carter. It was played prior to tonight’s game against the New Jersey Devils.
The memorial service to honor Gary Carter, the Hall of Fame catcher who died of brain cancer at 57 earlier this week, has been scheduled for Friday night in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
The family’s website announced the service today, and...
The Montreal City Council unanimously approved a motion on Monday to name a street or place in honor of Gary Carter, and it also offered condolences to his family.
I wanted to share some final thoughts before we put the final touches on the tribute to Gary Carter.
Doug Sisk, Carter’s teammate from 1985-1987, joined me during my show tonight to discuss his memories of “The Kid.”
Hear Doug talk about the impact of Carter on the Mets, their appearance together in a bubble gum blowing contest on “Good Morning America,” and a funny story...
MONTREAL (AP) -- In a city where hockey rules, Montreal Expos catcher Gary Carter was as popular as the beloved Canadiens.
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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- The Palm Beach Atlantic University baseball team will honor their late coach, Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter, by starting a game Tuesday night with only eight players in the field.
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Gary Carter’s former teammates have spoken about what the Hall of Fame catcher meant to them since he died of brain cancer at 57 on Thursday and many more will likely be there on Friday, when Carter is remembered at a memorial service in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.A...
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On Friday, those who knew and loved Gary Carter will gather at a memorial service in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.