It Is Time For The Nats to give the Expos Back To Canada: The Rule of Baseball Franchise History

With MLB returning to Montreal for a couple of days, I figure it might be time to re-post my feelings on the Nats relation to the team that used to play there.

Half Street Heart Attack

It has taken me a few years to come to the revelation that Washington D.C. is not located in Canada.  While I know this might seem obvious, trust me, it isn’t that easy.  The Washington Nationals franchise used to be in Montreal as a team named the Expos.  The Expos were a very interesting franchise with star caliber players that never got the notoriety they deserved due to the media age in which they played.  An Expos team with Hall of Fame quality players like Pedro Martinez, Gary Carter,  Andre Dawson and Tim Raines.  They, as recent as 15 years ago they had guys like Vlad Guerrero and Larry Walker.  All of these guys belong to Montreal and Canada, not to the long and occasionally glorious history of Washington Baseball.  This brings me to the rule I invented but should be adopted into major league sports.

The Rule of Baseball…

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