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Major League Baseball All-Star game moves to Denver

Denver, Colorado – Major League Baseball has found a new home for the boys of summer All-Star game. After canceling the All-Star game in Atlanta, Major League Baseball have made arrangements for the All-Star game to take place in Denver.

Originally set to be played in the metro Atlanta community of Cobb County, Georgia, home of the Atlanta Braves. MLB decided to move the games after Georgia passed the SB 202. Home of the Colorado Rockies, Denver’s Coors Field have not hosted an All-Star game since 1998. NBC reports MLB chose the city of Denver because it was next in position of the bidding process to host a future MLB All-Star game.

“The Rockies had supplied a detailed plan for hotel, event space and security that took months to assemble, and MLB staff had already made several site visits to Denver.”

Georgia’s speaker of the house blames Stacey Abrams and the democrats of stealing the All-Star game, “Stacey Abrams’ leftist lies have stolen the All-Star Game from Georgia. This decision is not only economically harmful, it also robs Georgians of a special celebration of our national pastime free of politics. But Georgia will not be bullied by socialists and their sympathizers. We will continue to stand for accessible, secure elections that are free and fair. And we will continue to speak truth despite extortion and intimidation.”

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