On This Date 9/27/1992
Gary Carter, who returned to the Montreal Expos for his final season, rips a double in the seventh inning, scoring Larry Walker with the game’s only run. The Expos defeat the Chicago Cubs 1-0, as the fans at Olympic Stadium give Carter a long standing-ovation in what would be his final at-bat. Gary Carter would end his career with a .262 average, with 324 home runs and 1,225 RBI. He spent 12 of his 19-year career in Montreal, becoming one of the first Expos inducted into the Hall of Fame.