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Selig, who will turn 80 next July, formally announced his departure Thursday afternoon. He had said last year that he expected 2014 to be his final season in charge.
On the last day, hope and desperation swirled through Washington like the October breeze that forced men to don double-breasted topcoats and tug down their fedoras under bright sun.