From BR Bullpen
- Bats Both, Throws Right
- Height 5' 10", Weight 160 lb.
- Debut May 5, 1946
- Final Game May 11, 1946
- Born June 26, 1920 in Montreal, QC CAN
 Biographical Information
Jean-Pierre Roy had a brief major league career, a long minor league career, and a long broadcasting career.
Roy was up briefly with the 1946 Brooklyn Dodgers during a season with the Montreal Royals in which the team went 100-54. Roy was 8-5 with the Royals, and in his three games with the Dodgers had no decisions. He was a teammate in 1946 at Montreal with Jackie Robinson, during Jackie's only year in the minors.
Roy had started in professional ball in 1940 in Canada with Trois-Rivieres. He had a stint with the Rochester Red Wings in 1943. He went from Rochester to Montreal in mid-1944, then led the International League in victories with 25 in 1945. After his time in the majors, he went to the Mexican League. He was later suspended by Organized Baseball for playing in Cuba with ineligible players. During 1947-48 he played and managed in Canada's Provincial League after refusing to go to Double-A ball. He returned to Montreal in 1949 and the Royals sold his contract to Hollywood, where he also performed as a nightclub singer. He continued to play in the minors from 1950-55, with teams including Oklahoma City and Ottawa, as well as the Provincial League. He also played one season of winter ball in Panama.
He became a television commentator for the Montreal Expos from 1968-84, and later in the 1980s became a public relations representative for the Expos.
Most recently, he lived in Florida.
Sources include: Jean-Pierre Roy and Players inducted into the Quebec Baseball Hall of Fame.