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Posted By: tisHimself, 9/6/2020 4:54:13 AM

Major League Baseball opened this year by kneeling for the anthem and standing for Black Lives Matter. Though, despite the apparent belief that our sports-starved nation’s hunger for baseball would outweigh the league’s social justice activism, the ratings have been in the basement. According to the numbers, baseball has joined the NBA in struggling to get sports fans to tune in and watch games.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: bassman 9/6/2020 5:05:55 AM (No. 532828)
Next, the NFL!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Rather Read 9/6/2020 5:29:20 AM (No. 532833)
It's hard to put into words how much I loved baseball. My dear grandfather was a yuge baseball fan and I would go over to watch the Saturday baseball games with him. Some of the happiest vacation memories were when we'd go to Saint Louis or Cincinnati and go to a game. Two years ago, my daughter and I went to Cleveland and went to a game and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. I don't think I'll ever go to a MLB game again.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: George R. 9/6/2020 6:11:06 AM (No. 532846)
I went to seems first Oriole game in 1954, the first year they moved to Baltimore. Suffered thru Manny really bad years but enjoyed their many successes as well. I said that to say this: I've watched my last MLB game, I quit the NBA when the players assoc backed Latreen Spreewell for his criminal activity. ( choking PJ Carlissimo, his coach who is a smallish man, Spreewell is 7'2"). Gave umps Redskind tickets and haven't seen a NFL game in three years. I do not like treasonous activity of any sort.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: DCGIRL 9/6/2020 6:15:09 AM (No. 532849)
It's beyond me how anyone in their right mind can support the violent groups (BLM, Antifa....). I hope all sports crash and burn. Would love to see their BIG salaries hit the ditch.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Strike3 9/6/2020 6:18:34 AM (No. 532851)
The morons do not get that there is a direct correlation between the kneeling, the BLM nonsense and the dismal interest in their "cause." When the money supply shrinks they might figure it out.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Petronius 9/6/2020 6:21:55 AM (No. 532853)
I am not watching any sports, I'm sick and tired of their anti-American shenanigans.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: redraider 9/6/2020 7:00:23 AM (No. 532871)
You'd think after the Dixie Chicks debacle......entertainers woulda' figgered it out. Folks just want to be entertained. Sing your song, act out your character, run, jump, throw, catch, hit, kick or shoot the ball....... But keep your politics to yourself. We go to movies, concerts and sporting events to be entertained. Unwind from the day to day. be politically indoctrinated.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: MMC 9/6/2020 7:13:52 AM (No. 532880)
Go woke,go broke..
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Sergeant Major 9/6/2020 7:26:10 AM (No. 532892)
Won't be long until the cash register is close to empty that they will join the NFL in allowing gambling as in Las Vegas negotiations
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Daisymay 9/6/2020 7:38:31 AM (No. 532900)
Even at yesterday's Kentucky Derby one person had to be interviewed who railed about Justice and Rights and on and on and on! One wonders WHY someone thought that was a good idea! Is there any sport left that doesn't demand time to Blab on and on about Social Justice? We've been watching Hockey. Haven't seen the Blacks take that game over....yet! If we see BLM on the Ice, we're done!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: udanja99 9/6/2020 7:39:30 AM (No. 532902)
Even the ultra white NHL is getting into this woke garbage. Ultimately, ESPN will go out of business too. And no one will care.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Mizz Fixxit 9/6/2020 8:05:16 AM (No. 532920)
Almost all sports signed the suicide pact.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: OCJim 9/6/2020 8:19:29 AM (No. 532931)
Profound sadness. Lifelong Dodger fan since they came here to L.A. I even played hooky and talked my way into a spot selling programs at the 1965 World Series where after the second inning we told we could just grab a seat and watch the likes Koufax and Drysdale at work. So many games at The Stadium, so many memories through the decades, a part of our lives. But, it's over for us and several of our former fan friends. Sad, and with a real sense of betrayal.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: moebellini3 9/6/2020 8:54:15 AM (No. 532953)
I refuse to watch MLB, the NFL and the NBA. These are the hypocrites that get paid millions to play a kids game that makes them think they actually have a brain. They have no morals, or values or social traits that a youngster should look up to. They preach but no nothing about what they are preaching. They blame our country for slavery when it was actually their own people who sold them into slavery. They blame cops for killing blacks while their own people are shooting and killing their own in record numbers. Black children are being shot and killed every week by their own, with not a word said. These are what you call dishonest people. These are what you call hypocrites. I will not support them and I will not watch them. Another words, screw'em all......Got it...
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Reply 15 - Posted by: BillW. 9/6/2020 8:59:16 AM (No. 532955)
Watched the Bums play in Brooklyn, but I'm done with them all. Bad choice, boys. --Vets for Trump 2020
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Reply 16 - Posted by: BarryNo 9/6/2020 9:04:32 AM (No. 532960)
When we want preached to, we'll go to church. Provided of course, our church hasn'r jumped in to social activism/BLM/Racial Brainwashing. I am American. The BLM crowd would claim I infected? with institutionalized whiteness. I call BS. My family got here just after the Civil War. My Dad worked behind the scenes to collect money from like-minded 'whites' who thought King had the right idea. Unless they're acting foolishly (pants around hips, too much bling, ebonics-talking those around them, racial rudeness) My first though of meeting someone of African decent is, "Hello, how can I help you?" or, "Hello, nice to meet you." I've been threatened by actual racists, both white and black. I consider anyone claiming I'm a racist due to the color of my skin, or claiming they know how I think - even subconsciously!! to b racist, big time. And I am offended big time. And honestly, I have a temper - that I'm coming to the end of. To paraphrase a certain comic book character:"You won't like me if I'm mad."
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Winstonian 9/6/2020 9:06:35 AM (No. 532962)
Tuned into the Kentucky Derby just before the big race. After the bugler did First Call to Post the PA announcer begins a litany of social justice proselytizing. Turned it off.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: lakerman1 9/6/2020 9:29:08 AM (No. 532987)
Kentucky Derby wokeness was disgusting. Perhaps most disgusting of all was the compulsion of the announcer to tell u87s to think about My Old Kentucky Home, usually sung, sometimes badly, by some celebrity. the song, written by abolitionist Stephen Foster, was about a male adult slave sold to a distant owner. The socialites of the world attended the Derby, and sang along, without appreciating the irony. Now the Derby does not provide a bad singer, avoiding the words. The all time worst singer of the song was Dixie Lee Carter, of Designing Women fame. (Carter and her hisband also pimped out Dollar Bill Clinton, helping him to win the presidency.) banning the words of My Old Kentucky Home is about the same as refusing to play Amazing Grace because the author was a former slave ship Captain.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: bigfatslob 9/6/2020 9:52:46 AM (No. 533002)
I haven't watched the NBA in three decades too black for me and so full of fouls and errors it's worse than fake wrestling. I'm going on my fifth season of boycotting the NFL I couldn't tell who the Super Bowl Champion is. In house arrest since February we longed for baseball once College football ended. When I found a MLB game I was excited then when I saw a BLM on the back of the pitcher's mound I knew the gig was up for me. Not a fan of NASCAR or watching cars run in circles so that was an easy decision when the rope incident with a mediocre black driver happened so what's next? It looks like sports has canceled itself out all because of BLM in support of cop abuse and in some cases cop killing and most of all disrespecting the American flag and it's people. Adios you bunch of overpaid wimps.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: NeverForget 9/6/2020 9:56:54 AM (No. 533006)
I didn't have the chance to quit my lifelong (I literally can't remember when I wasn't a fan), 50+-year-long very passionate fandom of MLB and the Dodgers because of BLM foolishness; I had already quit MLB and the Dodgers a few weeks before at the end of a long line of abusive behavior starting with the 1994 cancellation of the World Series and culminating with recent greed put on display by millionaire players and billionaire owners that resulted in the current joke of a "season". But BLM has made it a little more easy to walk away.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Attila DiMedici 9/6/2020 10:05:43 AM (No. 533021)
I would like to see a comparison of MLB ratings this year to this time last year, rather than to the spring.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: TLCary 9/6/2020 10:09:26 AM (No. 533028)
Feels like my vote has counted. We haven't missed a Cubs game in many years. We may never watch an MLB game again. Odd, but I thought I'd miss baseball more than I do.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: jimkata 9/6/2020 10:20:09 AM (No. 533044)
Actors, comics,movie stars, and sports figures are entertainment for society. They are payed well because we the society see a value in being entertained. This entertainment is to provide an escape, distraction from work and life and bring joy for the culture. While escapism and entertainment may be vital to our existence, a payed entertainment portion of the society is not. Entertainers must entertain else they are not doing their job. This seems to be forgotten by them . They are ultimately the court jester of society and not needed as will soon be discovered.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: fayebeck 9/6/2020 10:23:12 AM (No. 533050)
MLB? You mean Little League?
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Reply 25 - Posted by: XCenturion 9/6/2020 8:46:51 PM (No. 533451)
I haven't watched one game this season because politics and baseball don't mix, especially when they support a Marxist anti-cop organization. Sorry, I'm taking a knee to professional sports.
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