It was difficult to get on major sports leagues after they recently backed and promoted Black Lives Matter. BLM was behind the death of 25 individuals, the destruction of billions of dollars in property, and over two thousand injured cops. This was not a group that stood for America. It was a group that stood for the destruction of America.
Major League Baseball used to be full of heroes and patriots. That’s why we loved MLB.
— Baseball by BSmile (@BSmile) April 25, 2021
Baseball is full of history and great moments. But the players were the best. Willie Mays was one of the best for sure.
Today In 1966: San Francisco Giants legend Willie Mays passes Mel Ott to become the National League career home run leader when he hits HR #512 vs. the Dodgers at Candlestick Park! #SFGiants #MLB #Baseball #History pic.twitter.com/8S8i6ee1Yq
— Baseball by BSmile (@BSmile) May 4, 2022
Last night we saw why Americans love sports. A young Yankees fan was handed the ball from Aaron Roger’s home run. The man who handed the kid the ball was a total stranger and a Blue Jays fan. The kid was overwhelmed and he hugged the stranger. This was really touching.
This Blue Jays fan gave Aaron Judge’s home run ball to a young Yankees fan.
— The Athletic (@TheAthletic) May 4, 2022
Americans love sports because we can cheer on heroes and spectacular athletes. We go to games to get away from life’s challenges. And, if we’re lucky, we have a chance to see great moments like this.
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