Discussion in 'Arizona Diamondbacks' started by Ronin, Nov 5, 2020.
I think this deserved it's own thread.
They could be The Cleveland Baseball Team and The Atlanta Baseball Team, respectively.
I agree. Especially Cleveland
The Braves chant makes me cringe every single time. Same with the Chiefs’.
Genius movie, PCU. Predicted this crap 25 years ago.
That's it. I'm going to officially rename all the baseball teams to conform to modern sensibilities. Get your jerseys now.
New York Northerners With No Intended Disrespect to People From Other Regions
Boston Sox Without Choosing One Color To Be Better Than Any Other. Also Can Be Socks If Our Other Spelling Offends You
Toronto Jays Although We Respect All Colors And Other Species Of Birds
Baltimore Beings Because It's Just Wrong To Leave Out Other Kinds Of Animals
Cleveland People Of No Particular Persuasion
Minnesota Singles, Twins, or Triplets, Whichever Offends You Least
Chicago Sox Because Its Wrong To Celebrate That Other Particular Color
Kansas City Average People
Detroit Empty Vacuums Of Space Because Stripes Might Remind Someone of Jail
Oakland Everyone Gets A Trophy's Because Being Athletic Is An Unfair Advantage (s)
Los Angeles All Religions Are Okay Except Christianity's of Anaheim
Houston Cosmos, But We Know It's All Faked
New York Metropolitans, Suburbans, or Rurals. Find Your Happy Place
Atlanta Cowards as We Don't Mean To Offend
Washington Because Patriotism Might Bother Someone Baseball Team
Miami Jellyfish Since Pointy Objects Shouldn't Be Allowed
Philadelphia Brotherly Loves
Cincinnati Reds or Whites or Blues But Not All Of Them Because It May Offend Foreigners
Louis But Not Saint or Cardinal Because Christians Use Those Words General Birds
Wisconsin Not Milwaukee Because That's a Native Word We Shouldn't Appropriate Brewers
Pittsburgh Delightful Givers
Chicago Free Speech Looters
Los Can't Say Angels In Any Language Dodgys
Francisco Not So Scary Medium Sized People
Colorado Vegan Hikers
Diego Not Saint Not Friars As That's Not Inclusive
I like the name, Cleveland Baseball Team.
Separate names with a comma.