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Latest Bud Selig Items
Union head Tony Clark says the players' association has no issues going forward with suspended New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez.
I come not to bury Montreal. It's a city I fell in love with when I would go up there every September for about five years to write about the death of the Expos. But don't do this.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made $44.2 million in 2012, according to tax returns the league has submitted.
Goodell earned $35.1 million in salary, bonus and pension compensation. Based on IRS reporting guidelines, his total 2012 compensation includes a $5 million incentive payment and a $4.1 million pension payment from the 2011 lockout year that was paid in 2012.
Jeter, who will turn 40 in June, has been a fixture in the middle of the Yankees' infield since 1996 after breaking into the majors the previous season.
This is what baseball commissioner Bud Selig needs to – go to Tallahassee, sit down with Jameis Winston, and explain to him the wisdom of choosing Major League Baseball as a career over the National Football League.
"He's not here for this season, so we're going to have to find ways to win with the team that we have," Jeter said Monday at the Yankees' minor league complex.
Derek Jeter says the New York Yankees have no choice but to move forward now that Alex Rodriguez has accepted his suspension for the 2014 season.