A 7-game series between two pro women's softball teams came to an abrupt end last week when every member of one of the teams quit after the first game.
The walk-out had nothing to do with how the game went and everything to do with something the team's General Manager did during it.
According to the New York Times, Scrap Yard Fast Pitch GM, Connie May, used the team's official Twitter account to send an anti-kneeling message of support to the president: "Hey @realDonaldTrump Pro Fastpitch being played live … Everyone standing for the FLAG!" the tweet states, accompanied by a photo of the players standing for the anthem prior to the game.
The players began getting texts about the tweet after the game. "It was a shock," pitcher Cat Osterman told the Times. "An actual, genuine, speechless shock took over our locker room."
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