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Q &A with MLB Commissioner Bud Selig
Q &A with MLB Commissioner Bud Selig

After the last out of the World Series, Bud Selig will present the championship trophy to the winning team. That will be the final presentation for Selig, 80, who is set to retire in January after 22 years as commissioner of Major League Baseball. On his way out of office — and into teaching roles at Wisconsin and Marquette — Selig sat down for an exit interview with The Los Angeles Times. Q: The original owners of the Los Angeles franchises — the O'Malley Dodgers and the Autry Angels — each sold their teams in the 1990s, saying baseball had gotten too big and too expensive for family ownership. Do you believe that to be true, and what does it mean for the...

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