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Major League Baseball manages full year without a single gay slur on the field. But the commentary booth is a different story

PinkNews Sunday, 4 October 2020
For the first time in four years, a season of Major League Baseball has passed without a single homophobic slur being uttered on the field. The 2020 season ended on Sunday after coronavirus shortened it to 60 games, and all players managed to make it through without any recorded, on-field anti-gay controversies. However,...
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