Link: Once again, Bud Selig fails to address Wilpons’ mishandling of Mets – MLB – SI.com

Interesting take, especially given the recent sports league news headlines.

What is surprising, however, is that he didn’t even pretend to be concerned about the lawsuit, or to take it seriously. It would cost Selig and the league nothing to say: These are alarming allegations, and we will be investigating them thoroughly— and then do so. This is a league that will go to any lengths to investigate reports of a player taking human growth hormone; why doesn’t this issue merit the same kind of proactive action? Or he could have said: Baseball strives to be a place that treats its employees equally regardless of gender or sexual orientation, and if these allegations are proven, we will take action. That would hardly be a risky position to take. But instead, Selig offered only a verbal shrug.

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Nobody Goes There Anymore (But I Do) « Faith and Fear in Flushing

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I would say “Greg Prince at his best” but he’s always at his best.  Great read.

Well, the Mets’ classist plans backfired on two counts. For one, judging by physical as opposed to imagined attendance, nobody seems attracted to Citi Field by the promise of clubs, clubs and more clubs.

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