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Texas governor rebuffs MLB voting-rights stance, won’t throw ceremonial pitch

Texas governor rebuffs MLB voting-rights stance, won’t throw ceremonial pitch

Governor Greg Abbott (R) of Texas said he wouldn’t throw the ceremonial first pitch at the Texas Rangers’ home opening game over Major League Baseball’s decision to move the All-Star Game from Atlanta in response to Georgia’s controversial new voting laws. Abbott informed about his decision in a letter to the Rangers. This comes just hours before the team was take on against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Clara
Clara
Rocky
Rocky 2 weeks

And the culture wars continue to rumble on. MLB put themselves in a really bad position here. They would have been in a much better business position if they didn't make bad politically motivated moves. Being publicly against election security is not a good look for any business anyway.

Shitssake
Shitssake 2 weeks

Who freakin cares!

Daniel
Daniel 2 weeks

The real reason was to avoid the jeers for the recent power and water problems.

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