May 4, 2010
The Paper Trail of May 4
--The New York Times' William C. Rhoden writes that Bud Selig can send a message on Arizona immigration law.
--The Philadelphia Enquirer's Kia Gregory and Matt Gelb write that a fan who ran onto the Citizens Bank Park field was subdued by a Taser.
--The Seattle Times' Larry Stone writes that Jack Zduriencik remains optimistic about his Mariners.
--The San Diego Union-Tribune's Nick Canepa writes that Kevin Towers nurtured a winning varietal with the Padres before his firing.
--The St. Petersburg Times' Gary Shelton writes that J.P. Howell's return to the bullpen isn't coming soon enough for the Rays left-hander.