It’s hard to say this with any certainty, but we’ll pretend like it’s true because it seems that way: Most white American males between the age of 50-75 dream of being MLB commissioner. It’s like being a mixture of Ronald Regan and Mickey Mantle — the MLB commish gets to right the wrongs of Bud Selig and make cracker jacks cool again.
Keith breaks down how he’d change baseball in the hopes newly elected commissioner Rob Manfred is listening. (Or in case he dies in the next 24 hours and they need a replacement.) You can read our seven best ideas on fixing the sport, here.