As baseball has evolved since the 19th century, some aspects of the sport have changed, but the basics that have made generations of fans fall in love with the game have stayed the same.
The situation that make fans sit at the edge of their seats is the same: bases loaded, two outs, two strikes, bottom of the ninth.
While those basics should and will remain intact, baseball is always evolving and its rules must change accordingly.
Bud Selig has done a lot of good during his time as commissioner. He's established the Wild Card (and added a second Wild Card spot to each league) and made the MLB a model of labor peace for the four major sports.
While keeping the sanctity of the game intact, here are 10 rule changes that Major League Baseball should adopt to keep up with a changing generation of players and fans.