Regarding realignment and HGH testing, Selig said that he wouldn't comment until he receives a report from the 14-man committee he assigned to suggest ways of improving Major League Baseball. As for the Cubs' spring home, Selig said, "We need to find a solution. It's a difficult situation."Since the scene was a Giants home game, Selig was asked to comment about Jon Miller, the San Francisco broadcaster who recently was named the 2010 Ford C. Frick Award winner. "He's a Hall of Fame announcer. No question about it," Selig said. "I'm a guy who grew up with radio and I still love listening to baseball on the radio. Jon Miller is today what the Bob Princes and Harry Carays and Jack Bucks and Joe Garagiolas and Waite Hoyts [were in previous eras]. Well-deserved to say the least." Just as Selig prepared to leave, Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry, in town for a series of Giants functions, ambled into the room. Greeting Selig, the 71-year-old Perry jokingly said, "I want the rules changed so I can make a comeback!" Playfully rubbing Perry's shoulder and cap -- areas where the 314-game winner may have concealed greasy kid stuff to throw his notorious spitball -- Selig responded, "What rules need to be changed?" Said Perry, "I think you know!"
Chris Haft is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.