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Bud Selig is set to retire as the Commissioner of Major League Baseball following the 2014 season, and it appears that he has plans to secure his legacy between now and then. Craig has been led to believe that Selig is willing to go to great lengths to see that the Brewers’ slugger, Ryan Braun, is brought to justice… play pause Bud Selig Is Concerned With His Legacy Boomer & Carton ... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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