MLB Is Banning Champagne & Beer Celebrations From The Postseason This Year
© Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
Is there a way to make this year's MLB season weirder? Yup. Apparently the league is not going to let teams have champagne or beer to celebrate postseason win. Per NY Post...
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Still, MLB recognizes it can remove one vital element from any stadium celebration — alcohol. The teams supply it in celebratory moments and MLB is going to forbid its presence. MLB also can, to a large extent through the teams, control the clubhouse. To that end, the league is going to ask players to celebrate on the field and to mask up as soon as it’s possible to do so. Commemorative shirts and caps are likely to be distributed in a way to limit contact with as many people as possible.
Lame.

(Barstool Sports)
Filed Under: MLB
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

Comments

6 Comments
Its funny cause you put alcohol (hand sanitizer) on your hands to prevent the spread. The champagne is guys literally spraying it all over the place. Youd think it would be a cleaner environment than a bunch of guys Just hugging and shaking hands without the alcohol.
Reply3 months
Yeah hand sanitizer and beer & champagne are totally the same. Good luck drinking than sanitizer, bro.
3 months
Good Luck with that.
Reply3 months
The panic is out of hand over this shite.
Reply3 months
Maybe the should have a post game riot? That seems to be these D bags form of celebration these days.
Reply3 months
Pussies
Reply3 months
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