Montreal Expos; Established: 1969 (Expansion team) Relocated December 3, 2004 (to Washington, D.C., as the Washington Nationals).
The Montreal Expos (Template:Lang-fr) were a Major League Baseball team located in Montreal, Quebec from 1969 until the end of the 2004 season.
Nickname: The name Expos comes from Montreal's hosting of Exposition 1967, which occurred during Canada's centennial year.
It's a long shot, but the cause is good. Former Expo Warren Cromartie is pushing to bring baseball back to Montreal.
This was the official team logo of the Expos. The emblem in the middle was a stylized version of the letters M, E and B. Standing for "Montreal Expos Baseball."
The Expos played in Olympic Stadium from 1977 until 2004.
Reporting and hosting during the last television broadcast for the Montreal Expos.
I remember watching this game on satellite. Just felt like such a shame that the Expos had to move. It always seemed like such a snakebit franchise.
The 1994 Expos had the best record in baseball when the season was cancelled due to a players' strike. They were often referred to as the unofficial "1994 World Champions."