The city of San Jose is pushing for a quick decision on its antitrust case against Major League Baseball, according to a report from the Bay Area News Group.

San Jose’s lawyers on Wednesday asked the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to set a March 24 deadline for all legal arguments, with the hope that a ruling could be handed down by summer. The city is appealing a federal judge’s order that dismissed San Jose’s claim that Major League Baseball violated federal antitrust laws by delaying the A’s bid to move to San Jose.