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Dick Williams made his big-league debut on June 10, 1951, with Brooklyn. He also would play for Baltimore, Cleveland, Kansas City and Boston in his 13-year career. Williams took the Expos' job before the 1977 season after being fired by the Angels. He led Montreal to the playoffs in the 1981 split season , with the Expos losing to the Dodgers in the NLCS.
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