Sunday, August 5, 2007
The commissoner of baseball, Bud Selig, was there last night to see Barry Bonds hit his 755th to tie Hank Aaron's home run record. Everybody knows he was only there because the owners put pressure on him to see the record broken. Selig in a press conference said he is doing his best to see the record and gave "Herculean effort" to watch Bonds. He only cares what people, the fans, think of him. That whole press conference was about trying to please the people. When Bonds tied the record last night, Selig looked as if he wanted to be anywhere else but there. All he did was stand up. He didn't even crack a smile. Obviously, Major league baseball is not happy about Bonds chasing the record, nor am I.