All-Star break targeted as deadline
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Major League Baseball hopes to pick the future home of the Montreal Expos by the All-Star break, vowing to make a decision this season following two years of missed deadlines.
The Expos were bought by the other 29 teams before the 2002 season, and the commissioner's office originally hoped to relocate the team by 2003.
Following a two-day owners meeting, Expos president Tony Tavares said baseball's goal was to ``hopefully have a decision by the All-Star game.''
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