The MLB plans on relocating its All-Star game to Denver after pulling the game from Atlanta due to Georgia’s passing of a voting integrity bill, the Associated Press reports.
The individual spoke on the condition of anonymity on Monday night as the MLB had not yet announced the move. The move is expected to make the announcement on Tuesday. ESPN was the first to report.
What is ironic about the move is that Colorado currently requires showing identification in order to vote, which was one of the main pieces in Georgia’s bill that prompted the move.
The commissioner pulled the All-Star Game from Georgia after Governor Brian Kemp signed a controversial election integrity bill into law.