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MLB CBA: 5 Things Bud Selig Did to Improve the Most Change-Resistant League
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Times they are a-changin'

Major League Baseball is one of the most change-resistant leagues in all of professional sports. Of the four major leagues, they have gone the longest without adding an expansion team, second longest without relocating a franchise, and most certainly the longest without a work stoppage (not to say that that's bad).

Nonetheless, with the new Collective Bargaining Agreement signed yesterday, Major League Baseball finally shook the dust off and began its journey of progress yet again, and it's all thanks to Allan H. "Bud" Selig.

Here are five notable things that he did to finally modernize the most change-resistant sports league in North America. 

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