What Is So Special About The MLB Winning Team This Year?

A baseball on dirt

A baseball on dirt

Professional sports have taken a downturn in viewers in the last few years. This is primarily due to their political positions. When one goes to a professional football game, one does not want to see the players disrespect our national anthem or push politics. One simply wants to relax and watch the game. As most professional teams take political stances, the popularity of watching games dropped.

Nonetheless, the Texas Rangers Baseball team did not disgrace themselves to the modern culture. On Wednesday, November 1, 2023, the Texas Rangers also won the World Series. Coincidence?

Their Stance

Out of the 30 MLB (Major League Baseball) Teams, the Texas Rangers are the only team to not participate in ‘Homosexual Pride Night,’ according to LifeSiteNews.com. The Rangers refused to host a “Pride Night” game in celebration of sodomy and the LGBT agenda. A contributor of Fan Nation even criticized them, saying,

Apparently, there’s no pride in Texas [1].

However, the Rangers do have a history of supporting gay activities and LGBTQ groups in the stadium. That did not happen this year as in past years.

The Win

The Rangers, at the beginning of the season, were not a hopeful for a World Series team. However, they overcame the odds to be in the playoffs. This is the first time in franchise history the Texas Rangers are the World Series Champions.

Rangers manager Bruce Bochy said,

We’re so grateful to be champions, and also to not have to be involved in all that weird gay stuff [2].

He continued,

Pride Night cometh before the fall, as they say [3].

This came after the other 29 MLB teams honored satanic drag queens and promoted perverted lifestyles.


  1. ^ {Texas Rangers, only MLB team that doesn’t hold ‘Pride Night,’ wins World Series – LifeSite} (go back  ↩)
  2. ^ {God Rewards Only Team Without a Pride Night With World Series Win} (go back  ↩)
  3. ^ {God Rewards Only Team Without a Pride Night With World Series Win} (go back  ↩)

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