Pete Rose had a reinstatement plan set up for him by MLB Commissioner Bud Selig, but a book he put out in March derailed those plans, so says Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt.
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Will Bud Selig’s last act as MLB commissioner be to reinstate Pete Rose, the same person who was banished from baseball for life in 1989 after it was found he gambled on the game while managing?
Major League Baseball acted outside the scope of its drug policy earlier this week by suspending Alex Rodriguez for 211 games.
Unlike Milwuakee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun, New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez has yet to reach an agreement with Major League Baseball regarding punishment for his alleged involvement with T
MLB has taken a harsh stance towards those who violate the league’s drug policy and seems insistent on moving past the “steroid era” of the game.
Bug Selig has done a tremendous job of dragging his heels when it comes to introducing new technology like expanded instant replay to Major League Baseball. Part of that is a generational issue.
Old habits die hard. At least they do for Bud Selig.
The MLB commissioner announced three of the first eight picks of the 2013 first-year player draft as the “2000” draft.
The number of African-American players on Major League Baseball opening day rosters this season was historically low. Only 7.