Baseball HOF A JOKE!

CSF77

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The truth is 50%+ of MLB was jacked up from the minors up. You go clean you are going to flip burgers.

MLB did fucking nothing because jacked up players are sexy and sexy sells.

The snitch boy decided to write a book about the dirt. Aultristic. Fuck no he was looking at slinging fucking books.

Then the senate gets involved because why? MLB is part of the Government? No some clowns decided to stick their noses into "none of your fucking business" and made a shit show. Because another minority was going to push aside a white god. Notice crickets were happening post 1998 after a White man who looked like a bull in a uniform took a dump on the season record. Nope white man. All 👍😊
 

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He was another in the witch hunt.

This was not about the scandal.

If it was then this would have been addressed after 1998.

This was about Barry blasting 80 Jack's and looking to blow up every record in the book.

I would call the hearings a clown show because it was.

MLB is a private industry.

The fact that the Government got involved with the private sector was a joke. That is why no one went to jail.

Hmmm 🤔 why did no one go to jail?

Because it was all smoke and mirrors.

MLB got strict because black eye national CNN bad PR. I would call it a reaction.

If they were serious then fines and bans would have been levied.

So the final part of this is blocking them from the Hall. 😭. Boo hoo.

The government got involved in a private business because they have anti-trust exemption.
 

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The government got involved in a private business because they have anti-trust exemption.


Should be illegal.

On May 24, 2010, in a highly anticipated sports law decision, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed a decision of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, unanimously ruling against the National Football League in its bid to be viewed as a single entity exempt from antitrust scrutiny.


There has to be a equal footing on sporting events and not excluded privilege.
 

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