In 1992, Bud Selig helped engineer the ouster of Fay Vincent, and then took his place on an interim basis as “Acting Commissioner.” He lost the Acting tag in 1998, and despite a series of promises that to give up the office, Bud Selig remains. Yesterday, MLB’s owners unanimously voted to extend his term for 3 years, through 2012. They appreciate the growth in business during his tenure, the wild card system, all those publicly financed new stadiums. Critics lament labor strife, a head-in-the-sand attitude toward PEDs, unfriendly media contracts, a Rovian relationship with truth, and various other ills. (A tie All Star Game? Seriously?) Bowie Kuhn, a predecessor with a similarly mixed/deplorable legacy was recently elected to the HOF. Expect Bud to get there as well, and probably before Bert Blyleven. Marvin Miller? It’s not looking good.