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Selig to retire as MLB commissioner in January 2015
“I am grateful to the owners throughout Major League Baseball for their unwavering support and for allowing me to lead this great institution,” Selig, the former owner of the Milwaukee Brewers, said in a statement.
Off the field, Selig presided over some turbulent early years.
“Bud understands how to get things done in this game, and his record speaks for itself,” said Hall of Famer Hank Aaron.
“When you step back and view the dramatic transformation Major League Baseball has undergone during Bud Selig’s tenure as commissioner, it is truly quite astounding,” said White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf.
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