Don Elbaum, a boxing promoter who could probably outsell Cadillac Bud Selig anytime in any automobile showroom, has a message for baseball's commissioner.
Boxing may be dirty. It may be corrupt. It may be down for the count. But it is not hypocritical.
Not compared to baseball, which, despite all of the game's sordid problems of late, still insists on shunning one of its all-time greats.
There may not be a place in baseball's Hall of Fame for Pete Rose, but he is welco