So MLB is fine with ball games in Cuba and training in China, but Georgia is the human rights problem
MLB made a big deal about its move out of Georgia being a human rights issue, and them being all concerned about human rights, you see. Can they explain for us why they recently held a ball game in brutal totalitarian military dictatorship of Cuba? A place Cuban ball players flee from to freedom, which in some cases includes MLB salaries made possible only by living in a free, democratic society that exists already? They aren't fleeing to a hellhole, which is what MLB is now claiming about Georgia. Can they explain to us why they hold a training camp in China, home of the Uighur slave-labor laogai and the broken-treaty de-democratization of Hong Kong?