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Bush League Chronicle:
On Thursday, it became known that Bug Selig is planning to step down as MLB commissioner at the end of the 2014 season. While there is likely to be plenty of speculation about who replaces him, there is only one candidate in the mind of former player Jose Canseco: Jose Canseco. The polarizing slugger took to Twitter Thursday night to tell folks what he would do if elected commissioner. It's quite simply, really. Here is the foolproof plan in 10 easy steps: CansecoCare 1: Stop drug testing but ban players with moobies.— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) September 26, 2013 CansecoCare 2: Use imminent domain and seize all teams from owner and give to cities. Profits to local youth sports.— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) September 26, 2013 CansecoCare 3: Get rid of DH.— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) September 26, 2013 Via Bleacher Report
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When Jose Canseco tweets, people listen.
But because about 90 percent of his tweets are ridiculous, no one seems to take him serious. However, when the Bash Brother started tweeting on Thursday night with his plans to save the MLB — calling it #CansecoCare — he actually made some decent points.
Check them out below.
Have developed #cansecocare plan to resurrect mlb. #cansecocomissioner—...
Jose Canseco wants to save baseball after Bud Selig steps down after the 2014 season. Yes, that Jose Canseco.
The former Bash Brother was tweeting his plans to save MLB -- calling it #CansecoCare -- and he actually made some decent points.
Sure, a few are ridiculous (like most of his tweets), but what fan wouldn't want to see a home run derby with juiced baseballs and juiced...
In general, I love MLB At Bat. When it works right, I can watch out of market games on my phone, tablet, computer, or connected TV. Of course it doesn't always work right. For instance, it seems to think my laptops (work and home) are mobile devices, so defaults to the mobile page, which doesn't let you easily pull up the Indians game. Meh.
But, in all the action as...
With the news of Bud Selig's retirement, Jose Canseco tweeted out a nominee to replace him as MLB commissioner: Himself. He even gave ideas to change the game.