While most MLB teams have announced stadiums will be open for fans at reduced capacities, the Texas Rangers have announced they will have 100% capacity at their home opener like a bunch of swaggering dickheads. But their false bravado fades quickly as they will reduce capacity for all following games. So is it fucking safe or not, Texas?

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST!

126 | Brutal Series of Injuries Shock (then Aftershock) Detroit Major League A*Holes: IN THE HOLE

Just as the #Tigers completed their first winning month since Sept 2021, their best pitcher and position player, Eduardo Rodriguez and Riley Greene, go down with significant injuries in a 16-hour span | "Controlling The Strike Zone" is now a cliché much easier said than done, but Detroit certainly did on both sides of the ball against the #WhiteSox | How long can the Sox keep a struggling Lance Lynn in the rotation? | Rick Hahn doesn't make difficult decisions on major holidays like Memorial Day when he can push them off to the Fourth of July | #Cubs fans hold their collective breath as Justin Steele's elbow may have just melted down before their eyes | Embarrassing Billy Williams' bobblehead giveaway fiasco "shouldn't have happened." No shit | #SFGiants find themselves at a familiar .500 | Billionaire #Athletics owner John Fisher won't even show up to first formal proposal begging Nevada taxpayers for $400M | Zack Short is an improbable, yet very deserving Badass of the Week | Detroit's sacred jersey "desecrated" by a corporate sponsor is much ado over nothing, but will Chicago teams share the same fate? WEB: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://majorleagueaholes.com/⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ SHOP: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://assthetics.shop/
  1. 126 | Brutal Series of Injuries Shock (then Aftershock) Detroit
  2. 125 | When .500 Feels Like a Major Feat
  3. 124 | First Quarter Report Cards — Not So Good
  4. 123 | Tigers Should Trade Eduardo Rodriguez Right Fucking NOW!
  5. BONUS: Sox Type Thing #24