Jul 18, 2013, 5:03 PM EDT
The Rays win and still don’t draw and Bud Selig is mad about that:
“Look at their club in the major leagues and it’s competitive, and is averaging 18,000 people a game,” he said. “That may have been okay in 1956, but it’s not okay today … There’s no question there’s a stadium problem,” Selig said. “There’s no debate about it. The question is what to do about it and when to do it and where, and those are conversations Mr. Sternberg and I will have.”
Anyone for a study? Perhaps a committee could study it?
I mean, maybe that won’t work, but an alternative — like MLB and the other teams pitching in to get the Rays out of their lease and into a viable stadium — is crazy talk.
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