One of the biggest stories in the intersection of sports and politics in recent weeks has been Major League Baseball's decision to pull the All-Star Game out of Atlanta due to new voting bills passed in the state of Georgia.
Clay Travis is joined by Congressman Jim Jordan from Ohio, to discuss this decision by MLB. Jordan explains why he has taken the step of writing a letter to MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred for a detailed explanation of this decision and exactly why they made the decision to do what they did.
Clay and Congressman Jordan discuss this controversial decision from MLB and they both express their disappointment in the current climate of sports and how politicized athletics have become across the board. On a lighter note, Congressman Jordan talks about lapping Dr. Fauci, by throwing some heat at ceremonial first pitches.
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