Fay Vincent

Fay Vincent

Francis Thomas "Fay" Vincent, Jr. (born May 29, 1938) is a former entertainment lawyer and sports executive who served as the eighth Commissioner of Major League Baseball from September 13, 1989 to September 7, 1992.

Read more about Fay Vincent:  Early Life and Career, Commissioner of Baseball, Life After Baseball

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Bud Selig - Acting Commissioner (1992–1998)
... Selig became an increasingly vocal opponent of Commissioner Fay Vincent, and soon became the leader of a group of owners seeking his removal ... Selig has never stated that the owners colluded, while Vincent has The Union basically doesn’t trust the ownership because collusion was a $280 million theft by Selig and ... —Fay Vincent Following an 18-9 no-confidence vote, Vincent resigned ...
Fay Vincent - Life After Baseball
... After stepping down from the commissioner's office, Vincent became a private investor and the president of the New England Collegiate Baseball League ... Vincent would serve as the NECBL’s president from 1998 to 2003 ... In 2001, when baseball owners voted to contract two clubs, Vincent criticized them for not consulting the players' union ...

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