And by “that man,” I mean almost any man but this man:
… current Major League Baseball Commissioner and former Brewers’ owner Bud Selig, a man who has visited upon us the annoyance of interleague play, the silliness of linking World Series homefield advantage to the outcome of the All-Star Game and the absolute abomination of the 2002 All-Star Game, which he called after 11 innings as a tie. The only previous All-Star tie came in 1961 because of rain. If there is any fitting monument to Selig, a man who has left the game more or less leaderless since his tenure as commissioner began first in an acting capacity in 1992 and then officially in 1998 it is not a statue. It is a scorecard with a tie game on it. Or better yet, a rainout.