Mark Bradley: All-Star Game’s exit is a significant loss for Georgia

ATLANTA —You know, actions do have consequences. Eight days after the Legislature passed and the governor signed a law that our nation’s president described as “Jim Crow on steroids,” the state of Georgia has suffered a significant loss. MLB has pulled its All-Star Game, which was set for July 13 and from which Cobb County was expecting an economic jolt, from Truist Park. From a statement released by MLB on Friday afternoon, this was Commissioner Rob Manfred: “I have decided that the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport is by relocating this year’s All-Star Game and MLB draft.” (The l…

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