Will Yoder
Tuesday January 10th, 2012

Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig will receive a two year extension at the owners’ meetings this week, tweets ESPN’S Buster Olney.

[tweet https://twitter.com/Buster_ESPN/status/156790693468184576 align='center'] Selig, 77, has had a long history in Major League Baseball. In 1970 he purchased the Milwaukee Brewers and eventually took over as  MLB’s acting commissioner in 1992. Under his watch the sport has undergone a steroid scandal, started multiple new franchises, and saw the development of the Wild Card and the Designated Hitter.

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