Allan Huber "Bud" Selig went to his first baseball game when he was just 3 years old. His mom took him to Borchert Field, home of the Triple-A Milwaukee Brewers. Right then and there, the sport became his lifelong passion, which he focused on and excelled at. Selig's passion that led him as a team owner and later Major League Baseball's commissioner to change the way the national pastime is run. He perhaps saved baseball from itself. But he also found ways to get the best from others, too. Much of this is described in his memoir "For the Good of the Game: The Inside Story of the Surprising and Dramatic Transformation of Major League Baseball" and in a conversation with Investor's Business Daily.
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