Joe Biden already involved himself in the 2021 baseball season by pushing the league to move the All-Star game out of Atlanta to protest Georgia’s new election integrity measure.

While Biden won that round, he was not so lucky the next time.

And one baseball team’s big announcement is going to leave Joe Biden fuming.

On Monday, the Houston Astros announced that they were moving to 100 percent capacity for home games and that masks would not be mandated.

Fans cheered this decision.

But it was a direct rebuke to Joe Biden and other Coronavirus hysterics that predicted doom for Texas after Governor Abbott lifted all mask mandates and business restrictions in March.

In an interview on ESPN, where Biden promoted the idea of baseball boycotting Georgia, Biden also ripped the Texas Rangers as “irresponsible” for allowing 100 percent capacity at home games starting on opening day.

“Well, that’s a decision they made. I think it’s a mistake,” Biden told ESPN’s Sage Steele. “They should listen to Dr. [Anthony] Fauci, the scientists and the experts. But I think it’s not responsible.”

The hysterics and panic porn super-spreaders – like Joe Biden and Dr. Fauci – were wrong about Texas.

Two months after Texas lifted its mask mandate and capacity restrictions the state reported zero Coronavirus deaths.

The Houston Astros are just following the data and the science, and they are ignoring the fear-mongers.

And many believe every team in Major League Baseball should follow suit and go back to the pre-pandemic way of life at the ballpark.

Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.