Major League Baseball wants its money back, after a recent $5,000 donation to Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS) was revealed. Popular Information’s Judd Legum, who founded ThinkProgress, spotted the maximum allowed donation to Hyde-Smith from Major League Baseball’s (MLB) PAC in an FEC filing on Saturday. On Sunday, an MLB spokesperson claimed “the contribution was made […]@thinkprogress
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Major League Baseball on Tuesday announced it would partner with MGM Resorts International for league data use in gaming, promotion on MLB-owned media platforms and team sponsorships.U.S.
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Almost two weeks after Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith said that if she were invited to a public hanging she would be “in the front row,” Major League Baseball PAC donated $5,000, the legal maximum, to her campaign. Now that news of the donation has emerged, and as Hyde-Smith continues to flounder due to racially charged comments and revelations about her past, […]Mother Jones
MLB says the donation came before the organization was aware of Hyde-Smith's controversial commentsCBSSports.com
Big donors are asking for money back ahead of Tuesday’s runoff election, after the senator’s racially insensitive remarks caused a public outcry.The Daily Beast