Isn’t this ironic as all get-out?
While Barry Bonds was breaking the home run record in San Francisco, baseball commissioner Bud Selig was in New York, preparing to meet with his chief steroids investigator.
Selig watched Bonds’ 756th homer on television Tuesday night, then met with George Mitchell on Wednesday before returning to Milwaukee, a person with knowledge of Selig’s whereabouts said.
Commissioner Selig is responsible for the Steroids Era in baseball (by refusing to do any testing until last year) and he couldn’t be bothered to see the fruits of his labor. Hypocrite.