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Nationals can now make some plans

...should know. The 80-year-old Lerner is the area's largest private real-estate developer. Nationals president Tony Tavares, who will be replaced by Stan Kasten once the sale is complete, is a little less optimistic. "Everything has got...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/05/05/bas_80276.shtml
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New ballpark site could derail Expos' move

...seven must approve a financing plan. "I said I'm not getting involved in the local politics," Expos president Tony Tavares said. "I have no opinion about any of that stuff. I'm ignoring it all. I'm just concentrating on launching the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/11/06/bas_433566.shtml
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Baseball approves takeover of Expos, sale of Marlins

...general manager and was replaced by Omar Minaya, who had been senior assistant general manager of the New York Mets. Tony Tavares, who quit the Anaheim Angels last month, was appointed by baseball commissioner Bud Selig as Montreal's team president...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/13/bas_333072.shtml
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Robinson likely to become Expos' manager

...Selig moved closer Thursday to hiring Hall of Famer Frank Robinson to manage the Montreal Expos and former Anaheim boss Tony Tavares to become team president. Selig has been talking with other baseball officials about putting together a management...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/08/bas_332138.shtml
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At 70, Robinson is still a star

...news conference at spring training, so the Hall of Famer deferred to the boss. Robinson, Bowden and team president Tony Tavares share an unenviable plight. They have worked month-to-month, year-to-year on a tight budget for a franchise...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/02/26/bas_59624.shtml
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Delorme closes up Expos' shop

...people didn't think we would." Delorme's unenviable new role began in earnest on Sept. 29 when team president Tony Tavares confirmed the franchise's long-anticipated move to Washington, D.C., for 2005. The Expos played their final...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/12/25/bas_438047.shtml
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Event heralds Expos' name change

...eventually led away by security to cheers from the crowd. He was detained for about 15 minutes and released. Team president Tony Tavares later said Brotman "will become our head of homeland security." Eidinger and a few other protesters scattered in...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/11/23/bas_435249.shtml
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Baseball relocates the Expos to D.C.

...2005 season. "It's a day when the sun is setting in Montreal, but it's rising in Washington," Expos president Tony Tavares said at a news conference at Montreal's Olympic Stadium. The announcement came one day before the 33rd anniversary...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/09/30/bas_429894.shtml
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Expos likely to have one home next year

...host the team for all 81 games in 2004. "I really believe we'll be 100 percent wherever we are," Expos president Tony Tavares said. "The union's taken a very strong position that they're not going to support" a split home schedule. The...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/08/15/bas_384410.shtml
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Union unlikely to approve split schedule for Expos in 2004

...has said baseball hopes to make a decision by the end of September on the future of the Expos, but team president Tony Tavares isn't sure the timetable will be met. "We're just not privy to what the decision-making process is, other than...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/07/31/bas_382618.shtml
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