Longtime Cardinals manager Tony La Russa retired on Monday, but he could still appear as the skipper for the National League in the 2012 All-Star Game. Despite his retirement, La Russa is technically in line to manage the NL squad in Kansas City because his team won the pennant. Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig said he hadn't thought much yet about the managing situation for the All-Star Game, but he allowed, "I'd like to see him do that. "We've got to see what happens."