If Bud Selig is a HOF’er can Arnold Rothstein be far behind?

Bud Selig is all but certain to be inducted into the Hall of Fame this weekend, which will qualify as MLB's biggest mistake since the owners installed The Used Car Salesman as commissioner. How bad was Bud? Check out this laughable tribute by Craig Calcaterra to the man he called the best commissioner ever: Now to be... Continue Reading →


The case against the Used Car Salesman

More proof Bud Selig is the Worst Commissioner in the History of Sports: Almost eight years ago, Bud Selig vowed to do something about the local-television-blackout rules keeping tens of millions of fans from watching his sport. He said he did not understand the reason pockets of America who wanted to see ballgames on TV... Continue Reading →

Who is Bud Selig’s biggest fluffer?

It seems most sportswriters have never heard of the McCourts, Jeffrey Loria, the Baseball Network, the '94 strike, C.B. Bucknor, officially sanctioned 9/11 caps, Spiderman on the bases, contracting the Twins, PED's ... Exhibit 1:  Richard Justice of MLB.com Bud Selig's legacy is about as uncomplicated as it gets. He's the best Commissioner baseball has... Continue Reading →

The Worst Commissioner in the History of Sports adds to his resume

C.B. Bucknor's amateurish grandstanding is but another sorry legacy of the Used Car Salesman's stewardship. There is still zero accountability for umpires, whose performance has gone appreciably worse over the last 20 years. Then there's the money grubbing. Bud prevented the Nats from wearing Navy caps to honor the victims of the shootings at the... Continue Reading →

More people watched the Fish in person Wednesday than on TV

Just a reminder: Jeffrey Loria wouldn't be owning the Marlins if not for the Worst Commissioner in the History of Sports. In other words, as the Herald reported, 0.8 percent of all TV households in Miami-Dade County and Broward County were watching the Marlins get shutout by the Atlanta Braves. Nielsen, which handles television ratings,... Continue Reading →

The Used Car Salesman shirks culpability in selling Miami $645 million lemon

Jeffrey Loria is a worthy villain, no doubt, but the 145 remaining Marlins fans should direct their venom towards Bud Selig. Unfortunately, the media continues  to give the commissioner a pass; instead, they laud Selig's stewardship. George F. Will doing his best Dick Morris, actually wrote this three years ago; (S)erious baseball fans argue about everything--the best... Continue Reading →

Thanks again, Bud

From Tim Tucker's review of Liberty's financials: In a conference call that Liberty executives held with investment analysts Thursday, the Braves were mentioned once. That was in the context of a discussion about taxes. Is there a team in baseball that has benefited from corporate ownership? The Cubs (Tribune), the Angels (Disney) and the Dodgers... Continue Reading →

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