Remember back in early October when I first mentioned that Sandy Alderson may bid the Mets farewll after the 2012 season to take over for Bud Selig as commissioner of baseball?
Remember when I told you a person who works at MLB told me that “the Mets are Sandy Alderson’s test”?
Here’s something that may validate both those claims a little bit.
Adam Rubin of ESPN just posted that Sandy Alderson will serve on a joint MLB-Players Association committee regarding how international issues should be handled going forward.
Here is the official announcement:
In accordance with the recently negotiated Basic Agreement, the Major League Baseball Players Association and Office of the Commissioner today announced their respective appointees to theInternational Talent Committee responsible for discussing the development and acquisition of international players.
MLBPA Executive Director Michael Weiner and MLB Executive Vice President for Labor Relations and Human Resources Rob Manfred are co-chai...