The MLB has been atop the sports headlines as of late. Unfortunately, it’s been for all the wrong reasons. When the sports world looks back at all of the scandals that have occurred recently, baseball historians will look at leadership and how they handled them. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred’s legacy will walk hand-in-hand with how he reacted to the controversies that plagued the league. SI senior writer Tom Verducci details how Manfred’s response to the sign stealing scandals and other low points for MLB will shape how Manfred is remembered.
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