Selig blows chance to make it right

Not reversing perfect game call a big swing and miss by commissioner

Updated: June 7, 2010, 2:37 PM ET
By Curt Schilling | ESPNBoston.com

By opting not to reverse the blown call that cost Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga a perfect game, baseball commissioner Bud Selig made a huge mistake ... huge. He could have made an umpire's life much easier than it will be, given a deserving pitcher a once-in-a-lifetime accomplishment he had rightly earned, done the right thing and helped usher baseball into the 21st century.

Selig should have jumped on this by implementing a testing process for the remainder of 2010. Each ...

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