The Arizona Charter Athletic Association was supposed to hold a state championship baseball game last night, but failed to do so for the reason being, the second baseman was a female player.
Yes, you read that correctly, the state championship baseball game was not played due to a female being a part of the team. I’m sorry but, we live in a world where we preach about EQUALITY and the Womens Rights movement. Am I correct? Alright then, so why is there an issue?
First off, this is a HIGH SCHOOL game, not some big time professional team. The reason this girl is playing for her school’s baseball team, while it should be irrelevant, is because her school does not offer a softball team. The school that Mesa Prep was supposed to play against, Our Lady of Sorrows Academy, said its boys would not compete against a team with a girl and forfeited the game, thus handing the state championship on a gold platter to Mesa Prep.
While it is great that the team got to claim the state title as their own, they can’t call it theirs because they didn’t feel they earned it. Totally understandable. I would be completely agitated if a team forfeited the biggest game of the season because I played on an all boys team. Mesa Prep was an undefeated team that worked hard to get where they were and was ready to play one last game, but they were denied that chance to prove they were the best. Instead, they were handed it due to having a female play for them. Complete asinine.
This week’s second edition of Friday FAIL goes to the players and administration of Our Lady of Sorrows Academy, for their fear of girls cooties in the sport of baseball. Congratulations, you have made complete fools of yourselves.