Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN is reporting that Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig could receive a salary of about $6 million annually in retirement:
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Selig will get the title commissioner emeritus and will be compensated in future years for his service and advice to Manfred and the league. MLB is not revealing the number of years Selig will serve in the role.

MLB spokesman Pat Courtney told ESPN that the league will not reveal compensation but said that $6 million a year is inaccurate.

Courtney added that the compensation and role for Selig is immediate and doesn't have to be approved by the clubs.
Selig will retire on January 25th.
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quote: G.W. Bush is the exact person that is needed to fix baseball in that position.

I would jizz in my pants.
Reply79 months
Jesus and doggie style Mary. Just when u think you rid yourself of this snake, you realize he still has his fangs on the payroll
Reply79 months
Good riddance. G.W. Bush is the exact person that is needed to fix baseball in that position.
Reply80 months
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