Red Sox Photoshopped 3 Personnel Of Color Onto Fenway Park Picture In Chaim Bloom’s Officer During Draft To Appear More Diverse 


Update: The Red Sox Stats account admits it was a photoshop and says it was not sanctioned by the team.

Red Sox GM Chaim Bloom strategically placed BLM and MLK pictures in his office during Round 1 of the MLB draft this week, in an obvious performance of virtue signaling and pandering.

But there seemed to be something off about the picture of what appeared to be Alex Cora, Rafael Devers, and Xander Boegarts. Now look where that picture was in last night’s draft.

These pandering fools photoshopped three Red Sox personnel of color, including the manager who they just fired for cheating, in order to appear like a diverse organization. The amount of thought that they put into this, and their reasoning for doing so, shows how completely insane the Red Sox have become in their quest for wokeness. I thought John Henry’s “haunting” memories about renaming Yawkey Way was performance art, but this takes the cake. On the day in which the franchise is picking a guy who will possibly be with them for a decade, this was their priority. Amazing.


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