During the dark days of COVID, baseball was such a strange spectacle.
Recall those social distancing rules between players and umps, endless testing protocols and, of course, fanless stadiums.
Now that COVID is basically over you would expect things to return to normal, right?
That depends on what your definition of what normal is.
If it’s the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, you have a new normal in Major League Baseball thanks to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Dodgers, for some reason, think inviting this Catholic-offending, trans-queer advocacy group to its annual Pride Day celebration is good for business.
Sure, there will be the usual celebrations in the mainstream media about the team’s embrace of diversity.
But this doesn’t seem like something the average fan might get …