Keith Olbermann’s WBC take is terrible

Just stop man.

Just stop man.
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If there’s a way to poke fun at sports, enter Keith Olbermann. This time it’s about the World Baseball Classic, because what matters most to Mr. Olbermann is the Major League Baseball season, as the annual league is far more important to those who don’t see value in the global tournament. Strange flex, but OK.

His first message of the day talks about the tournament being a waste, and he uses the line that squads are chosen “based on where their grandmothers were placed”. You need two of them, so what happens when your maternal and paternal relatives are from different countries? Saying something in the dumbassery language got people from most corners of the internet telling Olbermann how stupid he sounded! But of course he couldn’t completely retract his statement, To the right? Check out his Twitter ratio 14 hours after sending the message of 67 retweets and 2,043 quote tweets. Ouch.

Just half a day after sending the message in the middle of the night, Olbermann had sort of revised his sexist comment about sex, changing it to “where their ancestors were laid.” He added, “This blunt description of the artificiality of team assignments is also trivial and for that My apologies.” Olbermann then doubles down by saying that the WBC is a threat to what actually matters in Major League Baseball’s season. Gosh, what a goober. Let’s take it team israel, shall we? The Swingin’ Stars of David are made up primarily of American and Jewish professional baseball players hoping to raise the sport’s profile in the Middle Eastern country, regardless of whether one of their ancestors freaked out in Tel Aviv.

This is also the first World Baseball Classic in six years, giving players from different countries the global spotlight they need. The next one isn’t until 2026, so we’re all going to be saved from preseason injuries the next two years. What happened to Edwin Diaz? was avoidable and an accident in a moment of jubilation. But let’s dismantle the whole tournament. Mainly because of a perverted attitude when it comes to team draws? piss offF, Olberman. Keith Olbermann’s WBC take is terrible

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