Stenhouse was invited to spring training with the Expos in 1984 and made the most of his opportunity by setting a team record for preseason home runs and earning a spot on the Opening Day roster. It wasn't long after that things began to unravel for Stenhouse and he was dealt to Minnesota where he quickly wore out his welcome and was moved again, this time to Boston. Stenhouse was unable to regain his hitting prowess with Boston and spent most of the 1986 season with Pawtucket. Stenhouse sums it up best in the introduction to the book Mendoza's Heroes where he writes, "The only thing I find more astonishing than someone writing a book about below .200 hitters is that I am in a book about below .200 hitters. It just wasn't supposed to end up this way."
15 bats down 68 to go.