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Unvaccinated MLB players can't travel to Canada to play Jays

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From ABC News


NEW YORK -- Major League Baseball players who are not vaccinated against the coronavirus won't be allowed to travel into Canada to face the Blue Jays in Canada and won't be paid for those games.

Canada's government requires a person must have received a second vaccine dose — or one dose of Johnson & Johnson — at least 14 days prior to entry.

“The parties have agreed that any player who, as a result of such a governmental regulation is unable or ineligible to play in a championship season game (or games) due to his vaccination status will be ineligible for placement on the COVID-19 IL, but rather may be placed on the restricted list ... without pay or the accrual of credited major league service, during such period of unavailability,” according to a letter from union deputy general counsel Matt Nussbaum to MLB senior vice president Patrick Houlihan, a copy of which was obtained by The Associated Press.

The agreement was first reported by Boston television station WCVB.

COMMENT:-

It's time to teach them uppity Kanookie Kommies a lessen. Evrebuddie gather at the border and bring yur bacebal batts. weel show then that the kant infringe our conzdidutional rites like that.​
 
From ABC News


NEW YORK -- Major League Baseball players who are not vaccinated against the coronavirus won't be allowed to travel into Canada to face the Blue Jays in Canada and won't be paid for those games.

Canada's government requires a person must have received a second vaccine dose — or one dose of Johnson & Johnson — at least 14 days prior to entry.

“The parties have agreed that any player who, as a result of such a governmental regulation is unable or ineligible to play in a championship season game (or games) due to his vaccination status will be ineligible for placement on the COVID-19 IL, but rather may be placed on the restricted list ... without pay or the accrual of credited major league service, during such period of unavailability,” according to a letter from union deputy general counsel Matt Nussbaum to MLB senior vice president Patrick Houlihan, a copy of which was obtained by The Associated Press.

The agreement was first reported by Boston television station WCVB.

COMMENT:-
It's time to teach them uppity Kanookie Kommies a lessen. Evrebuddie gather at the border and bring yur bacebal batts. weel show then that the kant infringe our conzdidutional rites like that.​

Block those bridges. Don't let Canada take away your freedom!
 
It's the only way the Blue Jays can win......😉
 
uh oh...it might be time for "Freedom Cheese Curds/French Fries/Brown Gravy" time.
;)
 
From ABC News


NEW YORK -- Major League Baseball players who are not vaccinated against the coronavirus won't be allowed to travel into Canada to face the Blue Jays in Canada and won't be paid for those games.

Canada's government requires a person must have received a second vaccine dose — or one dose of Johnson & Johnson — at least 14 days prior to entry.

“The parties have agreed that any player who, as a result of such a governmental regulation is unable or ineligible to play in a championship season game (or games) due to his vaccination status will be ineligible for placement on the COVID-19 IL, but rather may be placed on the restricted list ... without pay or the accrual of credited major league service, during such period of unavailability,” according to a letter from union deputy general counsel Matt Nussbaum to MLB senior vice president Patrick Houlihan, a copy of which was obtained by The Associated Press.

The agreement was first reported by Boston television station WCVB.

COMMENT:-
It's time to teach them uppity Kanookie Kommies a lessen. Evrebuddie gather at the border and bring yur bacebal batts. weel show then that the kant infringe our conzdidutional rites like that.​

Send in the vaccinated AA players.

That's about all it takes anyways.
 
I have posted the ingredients in McDonald's "poutine" elsewhere and I won't repeat it because I don't want to make you gag.
What McDonald serves as poutine is no more poutine than there burgers are hamburgers...yuuuuuck
 
What McDonald serves as poutine is no more poutine than there burgers are hamburgers...yuuuuuck
Poutine ranks right up there with "English Cuisine" (or Haggis for that matter).
 
COMMENT:-
It's time to teach them uppity Kanookie Kommies a lessen. Evrebuddie gather at the border and bring yur bacebal batts. weel show then that the kant infringe our conzdidutional rites like that.​
Well . . . . that's easy for you to say.
:confused:
 
Of course
It might even be called 'blue jay way'?
Did you know that the street going into the stadium is called Blue Jay Way? You did didn't you......of course you did...didn't you?

 
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Of course

Did you know that the street going into the stadium is called Blue Jay Way? You did didn't you......of course you did...didn't you?


Actually I was thinking more along the lines of the Beatles.
 
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