Tuesday, December 1, 2009
It will be a glorious day for baseball on December 31, 2012. That is the date that Bud Selig will step down, according to the Chicago Tribune. Selig, 75 years old, could be the commish for 20 years if he finishes out his entire contract. There has been a lot of talk about this Jack Ass on DW in the past. I think that we can all agree that it will be good to see him go. Good riddance Bud. The George Bush of baseball will finally be gone. Maybe, like his counterpart (George W), he will turn to inspirational speaking. Instead of talking politics, he can teach kids how to properly inject steroids into their ass, or give them some names of dealers. Read below for the top ten list:
Bud's Top Ten Accomplishments during his term as Commissioner:
1. He introduced Steroids to Baseball
2. He screwed up the 2008 World Series, and when he was asked, he didn't event know the rules. Umm you are the commissioner dick head. Then he pushed back the season a full week the next year. (Did you not think that there would be a chance that the series would be on the East Coast? By pushing back the season only means that the weather could be worse you asshole)
3. He made a deal with TBS to do the playoff games.
4. He has kept Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame.
5. He allowed Barry Bonds and Rafael Palmeiro to commit perjury.
6. The Mitchell Report. (what did that do?)
7. The 1994 strike that almost ruined baseball.
8. Interleague play. (Good for the revenue aspect, terrible for the teams)
9. It took Barry Bonds' head to triple in size to implement a random drug testing program for baseball.
10. December 31, 2012 when you step down as Commissioner
Posted by Sec202 at 1:12 PM