By Ed Coleman
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The retiring Commissioner of baseball, Bud Selig, blew into Denver on Friday as part of his farewell tour before he steps aside in January.
Selig answered questions for about 20 minutes on a wide variety of topics. One of those topics — the stability of the Mets’ franchise. And predictably, the outgoing Commissioner had little or no concern about the state of the Mets’ organization, their payroll, and their ownership.
You can hear Selig’s response here: