Bud Selig says that he'll find a way to shorten the MLB postseason

11/19/09 in MLB   |   Pat   |   5232 respect

After seeing the MLB playoffs extend further and further into the late fall and early winter, Bud Selig says that he plans on fixing the problem, and says that they'll find a way to fix it.

"I'm very hopeful they're going to tighten up that schedule a little bit so we won't have a lag. . . . No matter how long it takes you to clinch, you can reset your rotation with three days off after the regular season. We need to get baseball away from the high risk of playing in terrible weather in November in some places. And for the competitive nature of the game, you need to play it on a regular basis. The first step would be to start the playoffs the Tuesday after the season ends."
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