|Name||Montreal Metros (1991-present)
|Other nicknames||Les metros
|Previous names||Vancouver Metros (1989-1990)
|Previous locations||Vancouver, British Columbia (1989-1990)
|Colors||Vert, gris, noir, blanc
|General manager||Danny Desrochers|
|Ballpark||Metros Ballpark (1995-Present)|
|Bull Cup titles||(3) 2007, 2011, 2014|
|League pennants||(7) 1995, 2007, 2011, 2013—2014, 2017—2018
|Division pennants||(11) LL East - 1995, 2002, 2006—2011, 2013—2014, 2016|
The Metros are named after the "metro" which is the city's underground public transit train system, or "subway". Montreal had one of the first subway systems in Canada.
The Metros are one of the most successful teams in Bull League history. They are tied with the Minneapolis Ravens for the most playoff appearances since the beginning of the Bull League's modern era in 1995, with 15. They have the most Bull Cup appearances, at 7. Their 4 Bull Cup wins puts them even with the Ohio Oxen for the second-most in history, behind the 5-time champion New York Dragons. Finally, they have the best record in the Bull League, at 1144-826 (.581).
The Montreal Metros began in 1989 as the Vancouver Metros, and were in the former Central League's west division. After two brief years, the Metros moved to Montreal in 1991 and were positioned in their current home, the LL East division.
The Metros are one of the most successful teams in the Lake League, having made the league's championships a league-leading eight times (tied with New York), and won the Lake League Championship Series a total of five times (also tied with New York).
Hall of Fame Players
|Montreal Metros Hall of Famers|
|Silas Clark||First baseman||2015|
|Chuck Provost||Second baseman||2012|
Minor League Affiliations
|AAA||Portland Timberwolves||Cow League||Portland, Oregon|
|AA||Cedar Defenders||Heifer League||Cedar, British Columbia|
|A||Sarnia Shock||Calf League||Sarnia, Ontario|
|Short Season A||Surrey Rage||Milk League||Surrey, British Columbia|
- Bull Baseball League: Financial Report. Bull Baseball News. http://bullleague.org/bull-league/reports/html/2016/leagues/league_100_financial_report.html. 21 November 2016. Accessed: 20 October 2016.