Dodgers Pitcher Responds To Dodgers Controversy

In a stunning rebuke of Major League Baseball, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Blake Treinen has expressed disappointment at the organization's decision to invite the controversial and anti-Catholic "Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence" to the team's 2023 Pride Night.

Treinen, a 34-year-old Catholic pitcher for the Washington Nationals, blasted his team and employer in a statement released Monday evening via his friend Sean Feuct.

"Many of their performances are blasphemous, and their work only displays hate and mockery of Catholics and the Christian faith," Treinen said.

The "Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence" is an adult male group who dress as perverted nuns. They sexualize Jesus Christ, degrade Mary Mother of God, and disparage core elements of the Roman Catholic faith to promote "sexual liberation." In one particularly controversial event, the group tricked an archbishop into giving them the Eucharist, the most important sacrament of the Catholic faith, so they could defile it.

Treinen explained that his Christian faith would always come before any professional or financial considerations.

"I understand that playing baseball is a privilege, and not a right," said Treinen. "My convictions in Jesus Christ will always come first. Since I have been with the Dodgers, they have been at the forefront of supporting a wide variety of groups. However, inviting the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to perform disenfranchises a large community and promotes hate of Christians and people of faith. This single event alienates the fans and supporters of the Dodgers, Major League Baseball, and professional sports."

In the statement, Treinen also went on to quote Galatians 6:7, which states "do not be deceived, God cannot be mocked; a man reaps what he sows."

The athlete's condemnation of Major League Baseball comes just hours after the Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Anthony Bass apologized for expressing support for boycotts of Bud Light and Target over their respective LGBTQ agendas.

Treinen echoed the sentiment of many when he said,"People like baseball for its entertainment value and competition. The fans do not want propaganda or politics forced on them." He also warned companies and professional sports to "stay true to their brand and leave the propaganda and politics off the field."

It remains to be seen how the Major League Baseball will respond to the backlash from Christian professional baseball players.

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