Could it be? Could the prayers of many baseball executives, players, and fans across the country finally becoming true? According to a report from Phil Rogers of the Chicago Tribune , longtime Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig plans to step down after the 2012 season. Since becoming commissioner of the league in 1992, Selig has had his good moments and moments he'd rather forget.
He introduced the Wild Card, interleague play, revenue sharing, and implemented the most stringent drug-testing program in any of the four major sports in North America.
There was also a report that Selig was "seriously considering" re-instating Pete Rose ealier this year in the New York Daily News . But those rumors died when Selig didn't believe Rose was "reconfiguring" his life.
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