(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist For baseball purists, there's not a whole lot to like about what Bud Selig has done to the national pastime.
More proof of that came Wednesday when Selig said he wasn't likely to do anything about Melky Cabrera winning the NL batting title while serving a 50-game suspension for a positive drug test. He also said he has no plans to do some things he should have done a long time ago - like take Barry Bonds' name off the top of the career home run list and restore Roger Maris as the legitimate single-season home run record holder.
''You can't change records because once you get into that it would never stop,'' Selig said in an interview for the YES Network. ''It would create more problems than it would solve.''
It wouldn't, but that's not the real reason baseball won't wipe the steroid slate clean. Times are good, teams are flush, and there's no real incentive for Selig to reopen the drug scandal that once threatened the gam...