Three Things to consider on this sports Tuesday:
Thing 1: Don't know about you, but I feel so much better about the
Oh, Shruggin' Bud will "monitor" the Marlins and their limited spending, but only as far as it impacts
If the Marlins want to keep lining their pockets as they work toward an eventual sale, that's just fine with Selig, who has made a lot of owners a lot of money in his tenure as commissioner.
Here's what Selig said on Opening Day at
"On July 8, 1998, when I became full-time commissioner, I said to [baseball owners] ... 'Someday you will judge me on what asset values are,' because that's a composite of everything," Selig said, "whether it's labor peace, the right economic system, wild card, doing things you have to do to generate revenue.
"I said, 'I really think that's a fair way to judge a commissioner, on asset values.' ... I really believe that. I think that's right. Asset values have grown."
Thing 2: Left out one pretty obvious school in today's column about Al Golden's possible landing spots should he turn pessimistic about those looming
Speculation has already begun about
If that happens, you don't have to be a professional dot-connector to recognize the strong attraction that would exist between Penn State and a certain former Nittany Lions tight end currently working in Coral Gables.
Thing 3: Nice of
If I'm the