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What Ever Happened to SEC Probe of Marlins Park

The United Sports Justice Department's on going probe of FIFA activities should be sending a message to all politicians and sports owners.

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A’s Owner Giving Up Moving to San Jose?

Since 1968, Major League Baseball has been wrestling with having two teams in the San Francisco Bay Area market. Charlie Finley moved his Kansas City A’s franchise to Oakland after the 1967 season dividing the market into two baseball

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Bud Selig’s Biggest Decision: 45 Years Ago

On March 16, 1970, Bud Selig made probably the most important decision in his baseball career. He told his lawyers to tell Seattle Pilots ownership to declare bankruptcy so he could get the financial stressed team without having to

Pete Rose diving into third base, just one of the legacies he leaves behind.

Could a Progressive Commissioner Give New Hope to a Reds Legend?

In a day and age where Major League Baseball is struggling to keep up in popularity with the NFL and the NBA, new commissioner Rob Manfred knows he must keep the game evolving. One issue impeding the game’s evolution

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Milwaukee Bucks: One Step Closer to New Arena

You can forget, for now, an NBA relocation of a franchise. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is pushing an arena plan that will ensure that Milwaukee has an NBA franchise beyond 2017. The NBA team has been seeking a new

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A’s Stadium a Big Problem as Bud Selig Departs

With just a few days left in his term as Major League Baseball Commissioner, Bud Selig has left his successor Rob Manfred a major problem. Oakland A’s ownership is still stuck in a stadium that was built in the

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MLB Success: Bud Selig’s Golden Parachute

Bud Selig’s story as a baseball success, and more than likely Hall of Famer, can be filed under what an unlikely success story it is. The son of an automobile dealer, Selig was smitten by baseball at a very

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Bud Selig Retirement Beginning Next Month

Bud Selig will be given the title of baseball commissioner emeritus when he retires next month. Bud Selig's compensation in retirement — his MLB pension, if you will — will be about $6 million annually. — Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN)

Commissioner Bud Selig finds out who his replacement will be on Thursday

Selig Leaves Behind Oakland and Tampa Woes

Allen H. Selig, better known by baseball fans as just Bud, Selig or some unprintable name, is leaving baseball in far better shape than when he entered the game five decades ago as the largest stockholder in the Milwaukee

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MLB Commissioner: Manfred named as Selig’s successor

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