Bud Selig’s Bad Decision Streak Continues

Posted: 31st October 2009 by Steve Zawrotny, MS, CSCS in MLB
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á á Two questions: "Will it make us money?" and "Will it increase ticket sales?" These appear to be the only considerations Bud Selig makes in any situation he presides over as commissioner of Major League Baseball (MLB). Has heáever taken a principled stand? Certainly, the St. Louis Cardinals' recent hiring of Mark McGwire as a hitting coach offered Selig and MLB such an opportunity in regards to its problems with Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs). But taking a principled stand rarely results in improving one's bottom line. And it requires some work, tooùagain, not a popular thing these days. By blowing this one, Selig keeps his streak intact of doing the wrong thing when it comes to MLB's handling of PEDs. Selig's (and hence, MLB's) acceptance of McGwire back into the Cardinals' or ...

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