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Claude Raymond is a true Quebec legend of major league baseball. In addition to having had a superb career in the majors, he is the first Quebec pitcher to participate in a Major League Baseball All-Star Game. He played and then was part of the Montreal Expos coaching staff. He was inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in 1984.

He was also inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame on June 26, 2000 and into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame on November 2, 2005.

As a pitcher in MLB, Raymond had 46 wins and protected 83 wins. He pitched in 449 games, striking out 497 batters. His ERA, which has been below 3.00 over five seasons, is 3.66 in 721 career innings.

He will have played for 5 different teams including the White Sox, Milwaukee Braves, Astros, Atlanta Braves and the Montreal Expos.

From 1973 to 2001, Claude Raymond was a commentator for the televised games of the Montreal Expos, as a radio analyst for twelve years, and on Radio-Canada television from 1985. 

In 2002, Raymond joined the Expos pitching instructor staff and remained in that position until 2004, when the Expos left for Washington.