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By Smaktakula

Selig, The Man Responsible For Bringing Baseball Back To Milwaukee, Stands Between The Comedian (The Watchmen) And Braves Legend Hank Aaron (Who Hit .232 For The Brewers Over Parts Of Two Seasons).

Bud Selig, the Commissioner of Major League Baseball and former owner of baseball’s vestigial Milwaukee Brewers, is immortalized in bronze outside of Miller Park.  Observers called this a testament to Milwaukee’s desperation for recognition beyond alcohol-related infamy.         

Selig’s is the second high-profile statue to be erected in Milwaukee in the last three years, a renaissance for the Midwestern City.  The other piece of statuary is a likeness of fictional former cultural icon Arthur Fonzarelli.  Milwaukee’s greatest heroes finally have what they deserve.         

"Aaaaaaaay! So Who The Hell Are Robin Yount And Paul Molitor, Anyway? Aaaaaaaay!"