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What little hope the Marlins had left for the sake of their franchise was crushed by MLB Commissioner Bud Selig Thursday, when he indicated he would not block the trade that would basically decimate their whole team. Selig said that since there was really no precedent for such a thing, there was nothing for him to do. Owners will be owners, amirite?
By now, you’ve probably read all about the controversy from last night St. Louis Cardinals-Atlanta Braves game involving questionable use of the infield fly rule. Come to find out, we should have been prepared for this sort of incident all along.
Major League Baseball might be entering the 21st century. They’re testing two new instant replay systems, and it sounds promising. The details, and when we might se some actual change, after the jump.
MLB commissioner Bud Selig is the object of ever-increasing derision over his stance on instant replay in baseball. He said the fans don’t really care about it. He said there’s no appetite for it. And – despite that MLB actually is planning on expanding replay – he still says that.
Lest We Forget: Bud Selig And Orioles Owner Peter Angelos Went To A Ball Game With Fidel Castro In 1999
In light of all that has happened in the last few days, how should Bud Selig’s trip down to Havana in 1999 strike the American public? And does he have the right to blast Ozzie’s comments the way he did? Details after the jump.
By now, you’ve no doubt heard about the controversy surrounding the New York Mets not wearing NYPD, FDNY, and PAPD caps for their game on September 11. There was much outrage, most of it hurled in the direction of Major League Baseball. The reason for this, it seemed, was pretty clear: money. And it still seems that way…just maybe not quite how we originally thought.
Among the many not-nice things the Steelers’ James Harrison recently said about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, few stood out like him calling the commissioner the devil. Well, it stood out until it nearly got matched less than a week later by Dodgers owner Frank McCourt.
Yesterday, MLB commissioner Bud Selig announced that Major League Baseball will take over operations of the Los Angeles Dodgers from owner Frank McCourt. Here’s why.
ESPN was looking on experts in the areas of baseball, law-breaking, and denial. How did it take a week and change to find Pete Rose?
A statue of Major League Baseballâ€™s Commissioner was unveiled yesterday outside of Miller Park Outside. Outside of the sudsy Great Lakes fan base, the response was hardly favorable.