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Several weeks ago, Major League Baseball waded into the debate over voting laws in Georgia. They took the side of the left, led by Stacey Abrams and the game eventually abandoned the city of Atlanta.
As a result, they paid a predictable price in ratings which were way down.
Pro-sports can’t seem to resist the urge to jump into politics and embrace the social justice ideas of the far left.
They are choosing poorly.
Joe Concha writes at The Hill:
MLB All-Star Game bombs in ratings again. Here’s why
Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game was once “appointment viewing” in this country. In 1980, more than 36 million people tuned in. In 2015, in the age of interleague play, a still-respectable 11 million watched the American and National Leagues battle it out.
But for Tuesday night’s game,