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Past MLB players Upset With Change in Hazing Policy: ‘World is Filled With Sensitive Snowflakes’

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Wednesday, December 14, 2016

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With the new CBA in place, MLB teams will no longer be able to haze rookies by forcing them to dress up as women or wear any women’s clothing whatsoever.

 

 

“Those kind of things which in our view were insensitive and potentially offensive to a number of groups,” MLB vice president Paul Misfud explained Monday, per Ronald Blum of the Associated Press. This rule change was part of an Anti-Bullying initiative set forth by the league.”

A few former Major league ball players took to Twitter to voice their displeasure over the change.  They believe baseball is just catering to weak and ultra sensitive folks.

At least two current players shared some fond memories of being hazed:



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