Found January 10, 2012 on MLB Trade Rumors:
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Commissioner Bud Selig will be extended for at least two years this week at the owners' meetings, tweets ESPN's Buster Olney.  Selig became MLB's acting commissioner in 1992, and the title became official in 1998.
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