MLB releases hundreds of players from prison after league-wide decision to stop incarcerations for positive THC tests

Major League Baseball released 257 players from prison who were serving time for positive THC tests. The move comes after the league and player’s union decided jointly that they would no longer test players for the substance. What do you think?

“What we’re going to have here is a bunch of players wandering the stadiums on drugs. I can’t wait to be standing in line for beer and a hotdog right next to a cotton-mouthed Aaron Judge whose already halfway through a plate of nachos.” – Ed Juarez, Volunteer Lifeguard
“With 30% of Major League Baseball players being foreign, I vote to reverse this and make holding immigrants in cages America’s new national pastime!” – Gerald Johanson, Spanish Teacher
“Make them play while high and I might actually consider watching that abomination of a sport.” – Leslie Tildon, University of Delaware Women’s Softball Coach

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