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Bud Selig

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  • Should MLB seize the Los Angeles Dodgers?

    Don't spoil the fun Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Please, Bud Selig, don't step in. For the good of the sport, Major League Baseball will probably step in to seize control of the Dodgers from Frank McCourt. But watching from a distance there's...
  • We interrupt this lockout for some perspective

    O h, no, am I here all alone? Actually, the world didn't end when the NBA locked its players out. The NBA didn't even end, even if it felt as if it were about to as darkness moved across the land. I have nothing against doomsday scenarios ... but if...
  • Should All-Star Game decide Series host?

    Simply nonsense Steve Gould Baltimore Sun The result of the All-Star Game is perhaps the worst way to determine home-field advantage in the World Series. If the All-Star teams aren't made up of the best players at each position, it's nonsensical for...
  • Whispers

    The Roger Clemens mistrial was viewed with relief around Major League Baseball. Commissioner Bud Selig and his lieutenants weren't as worried about Clemens' standing as they were about any new revelations that could have come up in sworn testimony. &#...
  • New goals for President's Cup during its second year

    The President's Cup was created to bring public and private schools together on the city's baseball fields. In this, its second year, the event is being expanded to include a public service project and a financial campaign to raise money to improve and...
  • Bert Sugar, baseball and Cal Ripken Jr.

    Bert Sugar, baseball and Cal Ripken Jr.
    The Orioles don’t play until tonight, but I figured I’d give you something baseball-related to read today. Bert Sugar, best known as a boxing historian, died Sunday from cardiac arrest. He was 75. Sugar is remembered for wearing his fedora,...
  • Let's not forget that Selig (and Angelos) rubbed elbows with Castro

    Let's not forget that Selig (and Angelos) rubbed elbows with Castro
    By now, you've heard the news: The Miami Marlins on Tuesday suspended Ozzie Guillen for five games for telling Time magazine he loves and respects Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. I wrote earlier that while I find Guillen's remarks stupid and insensitive --...
  • What should MLB do if A-Rod gambled?

    Can't just ignore it Joseph Schwerdt Sun Sentinel Major League Baseball will have to punish Alex Rodriguez, not necessarily because he did anything wrong but because he did something stupid. It would send an unsettling message to fans if MLB determined...
  • Ranking the commissioners

    David Stern, NBA Still The Man, though the NBA has hit some potholes. Stern imposed the lockout to overhaul an economic system he says led 23 of 30 teams to lose money. Barring a quick agreement, the opening of training camps in early October will be...
  • Baseball's frugal clubs hit paydirt

    The Yankees and Phillies are in the playoffs, again. The Royals and Pirates are not, again. Same teams, same big money, same October story? Not so fast. The Diamondbacks just went from last to first. The Tigers won a division championship for the first...
  • Whispers: Watch for Jays in free agency

    Whispers Keep an eye on the Blue Jays when teams start throwing around money this fall. After brilliantly ridding themselves of Vernon Wells and Alex Rios, the Blue Jays are expected to become major players in free agency within the next two years....
  • Tigers' success starts at top

    Like Rudolf Nureyev, the Tigers have turned on a dime. They appeared to be downsizing less than two years ago when they traded Curtis Granderson and Edwin Jackson in moves that seemed to show owner Mike Ilitch's concern over a bloated payroll. But that...