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Desc:it's really white now
Category:Sports, Educational
Tags:baseball, chris rock, white people, 411, real sports
Submitted:jangbones
Date:04/22/15
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Really hit the nail on the head with "olde tyme" stadiums that were built in the mid 90's to the mid 00's. The last time I went to a baseball game you couldn't leave your set while the home team was at bat and being able to walk around the promenade was limited. The whole experience was incredible uncomfortable, as if they didn't want "the common people" to be there. Welp, it's working.
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20% would be a disproportionately high percentage of blacks in baseball, when compared with the US population as a whole, and even more so when you consider that about half of MLB players are international, so I always thought this was a goofy complaint.
Sanest Man Alive
I thought the real point of this segment wasn't that black people don't care about baseball, but that nobody under retirement age cares about baseball.

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