After the 2004 MLB season.
The team moved tp Washington and became the Nationals for the 2005 season.
The Expos were moved to Washington D.C. in 2004. They were renamed the Nationals when they were moved.
Ocotober 3rd 2004 was their last game.
yes Bryan bannister played for the Montreal expos i don't know what year it was
Felipe Alou - Montreal Expos
Buck Rodgers - Montreal Expos
The Montreal Expos moved to Washington and became the Nationals for the 2005 season. The Expos entered the National League as an expansion team, with the San Diego Padres, in 1969.
Montreal versus Saskatchewan
Jackie Robinson never played for the Montreal Expos , but he did play for the Minor League Montreal Royals in 1948. Actually, Robinson played for the Montreal Royals, a Brooklyn Dodgers AAA farm club in the International League, in 1946. He joined the Dodgers to start the 1947 and remained with the team for his entire 10 year career. In 1948 he spent the entire season with the Dodgers playing in 118 games at second base, 30 games as a first baseman and 6 games at third base. He hit .296 with 12 home runs, led the team with 85 RBIs and stole 22 bases.
There was a player named Frank Bolick who played in the Minor Leagues and for a year with the Montreal Expos. Does that help.
That was right fielder Vladimir Guerrero who hit .336 that year with 39 HRs and 111 RBIs.
The first winning season for the Washington Nationals was in 2012, they finished the year with a 98-64 record.The Nationals were originally known as the Montreal Expos, who were founded in 1969. As the Expos, their first winning season was in 1979.