Found July 23, 2012 on
The Victory Formation:
According to a radio interview with Bud Selig, there really is no desire for any more replay in Major League Baseball. From anybody. Players, coaches, umpires, owners. Nobody wants more replay. This is astonishing to me. If any sport suffers from a need for more replay, it’s baseball. With so many “bang-bang” plays, and with [...]
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Several times in the last two months, Commissioner Bud Selig publicly stated that “no one” is clamoring for more instant replay in baseball. He made this comment to a sports and society conference in Wisconsin in late May. He repeated it in when he spoke to the Baseball Writers Association of America during All-Star week. And he reiterated it just yesterday on a sports radio...
Last night, Jason Heyward was called out on the play above. This directly affected the outcome of the game, as it occurred in the top of the 9th inning, and he would’ve been the tying run. How’s that for timing? Literally the same day Bud Selig gives a radio interview claiming that there’s no desire [...]
In a very surprising twist, Commissioner Bud Selig has announced that all of Ryan Dempster's wins, as well as all no-decisions, as a Cub have been vacated.
We have to make a strong statement and by vacating all of his non-loss appearances we believe we have done just that. It's well past the time that a grown man in a baseball uniform be given the option to think for himself...