Baltimore – Rob Manfred, Major League Baseball’s chief operating officer, will succeed Bud Selig as MLB commissioner. The announcement was made here after the the owners voted this afternoon. Manfred confirmed that it took “several ballots,” before he got
(Baltimore, MD) Today, Wednesday August 13, 2014 the 30 Major League Baseball owners are meeting in Baltimore to interview Rob Manfred, Tim Brosnan, and Tom Werner, with one of the three men being named the new commissioner of baseball
Bud Selig is working towards another maneuver in baseball.
Bud Selig is 79 years old and this will be his last season as the Commissioner of Major League Baseball. Earlier today at his annual pre All Star press gathering with members of the Baseball Writers of America he
The old used-car salesman from Milwaukee tried to pull a fast one. Bud Selig and his henchmen, only one day after securing a 162-game suspension from an arbitrator for Alex Rodriguez, arranged for their star witness to appear on
ARod will turn everything down including his future in MLB if he is not pleased by the final decision.
Commissioner Bud Selig had a few words to say regarding the Braves moving their stadium.
A-Rod should win the case if he can prove four facts, but the odds... not likely.
Rob Manfred has been named baseball's Chief Operating Officer and could very well replace Selig.
Bud Selig's legacy could be improved if he finds solutions to his tenure issues.