Baseball already faced a boycott over yanking the All-Star game from Atlanta over the state of Georgia’s new election integrity law.
But now they have another problem on their hands.
And Major League Baseball just made the All-Star Game situation worse with one horrible decision.
The 2021 All-Star game is already a debacle.
Commissioner Rob Manfred cowed in the face of lies by Stacey Abrams and Joe Biden in moving the “Midsummer Classic” from Atlanta to Denver as part of a coordinated Democrat Party effort to leverage “woke” corporations to attack the Republican Party.
Now baseball is making another All-Star game change by forcing the players to wear generic uniforms for the contest.
MLB really woke up today and said “How can we make the All-Star Game worse?”
Instead of players wearing their traditional jerseys during the game, they’ll instead wear these…… pic.twitter.com/vFFWkU9adF
— Blake Harris (@BlakeHarrisTBLA) June 24, 2021
Players have always worn their traditional team uniforms during the All-Star game.
The All-Star Game lost some of its luster when baseball instituted interleague play in 1997.
Prior to that, the only chance to see National League and American League players compete was in the World Series or the All-Star game.
Now baseball is removing one of the last traditions that separates their All-Star game, which is the only All-Star game in sports where the players put in the same level of effort as a regular game – as part of a cash grab scheme to make a few extra bucks selling their ugly, generic All-Star jerseys to fans.
Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.