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Former baseball commissioner Bud Selig's road to the Hall of Fame had some pot holes

Former baseball commissioner Bud Selig's road to the Hall of Fame had some pot holes

Former baseball commissioner Allan H. "Bud" Selig, who was booed at the end of the 2002 All-Star Game in his hometown of Milwaukee and was widely blamed for the cancellation of the World Series eight years earlier, found redemption in the economic renaissance of the sport over the past two decades.

Selig was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame on Sunday by the 16-member Today's Game Era Committee that is an offshoot of the old Veterans Committee that nominates deserving non-playing personnel and players who were passed over during Baseball Writers Association of America election period.

He will be inducted along with Baltimore native John Schuerholz and any players...

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