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Allan H. Selig

Commissioner

Baseball Almanac Inc

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Baseball Almanac Inc

11400 SW 40 Terrace

Miami, Florida,33165

United States

Company Description

Baseball Almanac is a privately held web site / endeavor in serious need of your financial assistance. PLEASE support our ongoing efforts to preserve baseball history by visiting this page OR by contacting us today for additional details. Baseball Almanac ha...more

Background Information

Employment History

Picturesque Background

Midsummer Classic


Affiliations

Economics Wisconsin

Board Member


The Marcus Corporation

Board Member


Oil-Dri Limited

Board Member


Ixonia Bancshares

Board Member


University of Wisconsin Foundation

Board Member


Oil-Dri Corporation of America

Board Member


Boys & Girls Clubs

Board of Trustees


Green Bay Packers , Inc.

Board Member


Athletes for Youth

Founder


Continuing

Board Member


La Follette School of Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin

Board Member


Visitors for the Department of Political Science

Board Member


All-Century

Team Program Member


TEAM Coalition Inc

Founder


Child Abuse Prevention Fund

Founder


The On-Field Diversity Task Force

Founder


Allan H. Selig Chair in History

Founder


Audit Committee

Member


Education

bachelor's degree

University of Wisconsin


bachelor's degrees

history and political science

UW Foundation


bachelor's degrees

history and political science

UW-Madison


degrees

history and political science


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Web References(199 Total References)


Tannenbaum Consulting: The Ball Park/Best Interests of the Game

teddycoach.com [cached]

Allan H. (Bud) Selig, sportsman, entrepreneur, and used car salesman is now also the acting commissioner.
He's been on the job less than two and a half years and already has presided over the longest and most embittered labor morass the game has ever seen. He has managed to do what none of his seven predecessors could ever have done. He canceled the World Series for the first time in 90 years. In the long term, he said at the time, it was in the best interests of the game. Since this was written, Selig has been elected Baseball's 9th Commissioner.


July, 2009 | The Baseball Zealot

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"Major League Baseball is pleased that the 2010 All-Star Game will be hosted by the Angels, one of the model franchises of our sport," said Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig.


JOHN SCHUERHOLZ, BUD SELIG ELECTED TO NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME BY TODAY'S GAME ERA COMMITTEE | Baseball Hall of Fame

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Longtime Braves and Royals general manager John Schuerholz and former MLB commissioner Allan H. "Bud" Selig have been elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the Today's Game Era Committee, it was announced today on MLB Network.
Schuerholz was named on all of the 16 electors' ballots while Selig received votes on 15 of the 16 ballots (93.8 percent), easily clearing the 75-percent threshold necessary for election. Schuerholz and Selig will be joined in the Hall of Fame Class of 2017 by any electees who emerge from the Baseball Writers' Association of America voting, which will be announced on Wednesday, Jan. 18. Selig was Major League Baseball's ninth commissioner. His tenure started in 1992 as acting commissioner before he was named commissioner in 1998. Among his accomplishments, Selig oversaw two rounds of expansion, the creation of Wild Card playoff teams and interleague play as well as the creation of the World Baseball Classic. MLB enjoyed uninterrupted labor peace for the final 20 full seasons of Selig's tenure, which ended on Jan. 25, 2015. The same day Selig is inducted into the Hall of Fame on July 30 in Cooperstown, he will turn 83 years old and become the first living Hall of Famer to be inducted on his birthday. Selig, who is the fifth commissioner elected to the Hall of Fame, now serves as MLB's commissioner emeritus. Both Schuerholz and Selig will be available to the media at a press conference at 11 a.m. ET Monday at Baseball's Winter Meetings at the Woodrow Wilson ballroom at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center.


Brand Guardians

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ALLAN H. (BUD) SELIG
Commissioner of Baseball Allan H. (Bud) Selig became the ninth Commissioner of Baseball in 1998 by a unanimous vote of the 30 MLB Clubs. Previously, Selig served as chairman of the Executive Council, making him the central figure in MLB's organizational structure since September 1992. Selig implemented many landmark changes - including Interleague Play and the Wild Card Postseason format- and significant economic reform. Under his leadership, MLB has achieved unprecedented labor peace and record levels of attendance, revenues, and competitive balance.


TAYLOR HOOTON FOUNDATION FOUNDER APPLAUDS THE PUBLICATION OF BILL KASHATUS' NEW BOOK, "SUICIDE SQUEEZE" - Taylor Hooton

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Allan H. "Bud" Selig, Commissioner of Baseball, 1992-2015; "Class of 2017" Inductee, Baseball Hall of Fame


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