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Tuesday, June 08, 2010
Selig: “Most baseball people are really against instant replay”
Posted by Joshua Fisher
That quote is part of this ESPN.com story. Here's the whole thing:
"It is interesting," Selig said. "Most baseball people are really against instant replay. There's no question about that. I could sense that the last three days [in talking to people].
"In the end, good or bad, I will do what I think is right. I'm going to take the responsibility for it. I've been at this the last 45 years of my life, and the last 18 [as commissioner], so I'll trust my own judgment."
1. Who the heck has Selig been talking to?
2. If Selig is going to trust his own judgment, why is he talking to anyone at all?
3. Isn't trusting a single person's judgment exactly what sparked this debate?
4. Just who the heck has Selig been talking to?
Josh is a lawyer in the Kansas City office of Bryan Cave LLP. He created the website DodgerDivorce.com.
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