Ways New MLB Commissioner Can Make Baseball Better
MLB to Vote for New Commissioner as Bud Selig's Successor
It’s almost the end of an era for Major League Baseball. That’s because MLB owners will vote Thursday on a successor to replace commissioner Bud Selig, according to USA Today. The owners will reportedly be choosing between Rob Manfred, the league’s chief operating officer; Tim Brosnan, the MLB's executive vice president of business; and Boston Red Sox chairman Tom Werner. Selig, 79, has served as the MLB commissioner for the past 22 years. Although we feel like he’s done a respectable job, we still think there are ways to improve America’s pastime to make sure it shines bright in the years to come. That being said, we offer some unsolicited advice to the next commish.