Bud Selig

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Birthdate 07/30/1934
Death Date
Debut Year 2053
Year of Induction 2017
Teams Brewers, MLB
Positions Commissioner, Owner

Bud Selig bought the Seattle Pilots in 1970 and moved them to Milwaukee to become the Brewers. He became baseball’s Commissioner in 1992

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Bud Selig writes to Roy Sievers two days after Selig's statue is unveiled at Miller Park

Bud Selig writes to Roy Sievers two days after Selig's statue is unveiled at Miller Park

On August 24, 2010 the Milwaukee Brewers unveiled a statue of Bud Selig at Miller Park. Among the outpouring of affection that reached the former club owner and commissioner was a congratulatory wish from former Rookie of the Year Roy Sievers. In this letter dated August 26, 2010, Commissioner Bud Selig writes to Roy Sievers.
Bud Selig writes to Roy Sievers seven days after unveiling of Miller Park's Selig statue

Bud Selig writes to Roy Sievers seven days after unveiling of Miller Park's Selig statue

Seven days after the unveiling of a statue bearing his likeness outside of Miller Park, Bud Selig sent this letter to former home run champion Roy Sievers. Dated August 31, 2010, the letter reads in part, “Dear Roy, Just a short note to thank you for the wonderful card of congratulations which you sent to me. It was a great day with extraordinary emotion
As Brewers owner, Bud Selig signs this check to recently-fired manager Del Crandall

As Brewers owner, Bud Selig signs this check to recently-fired manager Del Crandall

When Bud Selig purchased the Seattle Pilots, the franchise was bankrupt. Selig immediately moved the club to his home town of Milwaukee. Though he kept the existing manager Dave Bristol for the 1971 season, Selig replaced him early the following year with Del Crandall, a 9-time All Star for the Milwaukee Braves. Crandall helped the Milwaukee fans embrace
Commissioner Selig congratulated first-round pick of the 2010 draft with this note card

Commissioner Selig congratulated first-round pick of the 2010 draft with this note card

Imagine the thrill of getting drafted by a Major League franchise. Selig intensified the honor by sending his personal congratulations to all first-round picks in 2010. Bryce Harper was the first overall player selected that year in which a number of picks became stars. Each first-round draft pick r

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