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World Series Champs Only Team in MLB Not to Hold Pride Night

Only one team in Major League Baseball has refused to bow down to the Alphabet Activists. Only one team has refused to ever hold a Pride Night celebration. And tonight, that team won the World Series.

The Texas Rangers defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-0 in Game 5 to become World Series champions for the first time in the 63-year history of the franchise.

Earlier this year the Rangers defended its policy of not pandering to the radical LGBT activists.

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“Our commitment is to make everyone feel welcome and included in Rangers baseball. That means in our ballpark, at every game, and in all we do — for both our fans and our employees,” the team said in a statement to Associated Press. “We deliver on that promise across our many programs to have a positive impact across our entire community.”

The team even faced backlash from Fox News Channel. The news organization’s website posted a critical story titled, “Texas Rangers face criticism for lack of Pride Night: ‘Just Ridiculous.’

“The fact that there’s so much resistance is a huge point of contention, not just for the gay folks, but for everyone,” a former employee was quoted as saying. “It was always something that bothered me greatly about the organization. They do a lot of things well, where they have all these other nights for different fans and cultures. The fact that they omit one group very clearly is just ridiculous.”

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Ray Davis, the majority owner of the Rangers, acknowledged during the trophy ceremony tonight that he is a man of faith.

Best-selling author Nick Adams was among many pundits praising the Rangers and celebrating their victory.

“When the Texas Rangers refused to participate in MLB Pride Night, I instantly became a fan and predicted their World Series Victory,” he wrote on Twitter. “God rewards those who don’t go woke.”

And based on the standing-room-only crowd in the stadium tonight, it’s clear that fans appreciate a team that plays baseball, not politics.

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