ABC and NBC have decided to pull out of their deal with Major League Baseball and will quit showing games after this year's World Series. "Baseball shot itself in the foot again," says TIME Sports writer Steve Wulf. "They just fiddled around, wouldn't make any kind of commitment to the networks, and now they don't have a broadcast TV deal." Acting commissioner Bud Selig has been reluctant to sign a new deal until baseball resolves its ongoing labor dispute with players. And some owners believe they can negotiate a more lucrative deal with CBS or FOX. Stay tuned.