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:: Wednesday, July 10, 2002 ::

Selig's Cheap Shot
MLB comissioner Bud Selig announced that one team will have trouble meeting Monday's payroll, and that team will be a 'suprise,' not one of those currently thought to be in financial difficulty. A newsworthy event, to be sure, and Bud uses the occasion to take a swipe:
"We met with the bankers (Tuesday). We had about 200 of them in. Nobody who has ever seen the numbers questions them. It's only the Jesse Venturas of the world who don't care and don't want to know."
Say what you will about Jesse, but he took a principled stand against a taxpayer funded stadium in the Twin Cities. Why should people pay for professional sports franchises through tax revenue? It's still corporate welfare, even if it's in a pinstriped uniform, scratching itself and chewing tobacco.

:: Walter 8:56 PM [+] ::

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