Canada Won’t Allow Unvaccinated MLB Players To Enter Country

The nonsensical vaccine mandates continue to cause more problems.

Unvaccinated Major League Baseball players will not be allowed to travel to Toronto to participate in games against the hometown Blue Jays.

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“Screw ’em, it’s America’s past time anyways,” Outkick’s Anthony Farris reacted to the news.

The Canadian border remains closed to unvaccinated visitors.

If MLB players haven’t taken the injection, they will be placed on a restricted list when their teams are in Toronto.

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Unvaccinated players are also not paid for the games they miss, nor will they be credited with service time.

“Ohhh Canada,” Farris continues.

There are reportedly ongoing negotiations between the players union and owners as part of the new CBA.

“This was a significant discussion point as players considered (the) CBA yesterday. We’re told a few teams took serious issue with the matter, but ultimately relented.”

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Farris commented, “This is a baffling decision by Canada, yet seems ridiculously appropriate from an MLB standpoint.”

“The league has a maddening way of alienating fans whenever possible and is already galaxies behind other major sports, especially the NFL, in popularity.”

“Earlier this month the NFL essentially washed their hands of COVID. The NBA, essentially started ignoring COVID in January,” Farris concluded.