What if Tom Brady, after his draft by the Expos in June 1995, had chosen baseball rather than football?

In an advertising campaign aimed at promoting an autographed rookie card of Brady in major baseball, Fanatics has fun imagining the contours of his career in Montreal.

The result is in fact modeled on his statistics in the NFL: 649 home runs (649 touchdown passes) and seven championships in 23 seasons with the Expos who, thanks to his brilliance, did not leave Quebec.

Sitting at Brady’s Brasserie, former Expos Larry Walker, Pedro Martinez and Vladimir Guerrero discuss the exploits of the catcher whose beast nemesis would be the San Francisco Giants. A nod, obviously, to the defeats of Brady and the New England Patriots against the New York Giants in 2007 and 2011 during the Super Bowl.