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These two MLB stars are stepping up to the plate by showing major support for Pride & their LGBTQ+ fans

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Clayton Kershaw and Blake Treinen expressed their opposition to the Sisters, as well as no-name hurler Trevor Williams. While their misgivings about the Dodgers’ Pride celebrations are taking up the headlines, it’s important to remember they don’t speak for the entire league.

On Thursday, two prominent MLB stars tweeted out their support for LGBTQ+ Pride, complete with photos of them sporting some sweet Pride paraphernalia.

Chicago Cubs pitcher Marcus Stroman, an All-Star, commemorated Pride Month with unequivocal words of support.“Happy Pride Month!

We should always be accepting of those who take pride in who they are. Love is love no matter what,” the tweeted.The message includes a rainbow flag and shouting emoji, expressing the need to publicly back LGBTQ+ people.Happy Pride Month!

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