By Tim Kowols
Former Milwaukee Brewers owner and baseball commissioner Bud Selig will join the game’s greatest when he is inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown Sunday afternoon. Selig brought baseball back to Milwaukee after the Braves abandoned the city to head south for Atlanta. He later led efforts to build Miller Park and was in control when the Brewers reached its highest of highs when they won the AL Pennant and played in the World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals. In 1992, he took over as MLB commissioner in 1992 and saw the game grow to a nearly $10 billion industry despite holding the reins during the 1994 strike, the 2001 All-Star game tie, and the steroid era. Selig joins Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell, Ivan Rodriguez, and Vladimir Guerrero in this year’s class.