MLB announces new anti-discrimination policies

Huffington Post Gay Voices

A handful of fans attending the Major League Baseball All-Star Fanfest convention on Tuesday paused briefly from trying on MLB batting gloves and ogling artifacts at the Hall of Fame exhibit to consider an increasingly hot topic in major league sports: sexual orientation and discrimination.

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, MLB Commissioner Allan “Bud” Selig and former first baseman (and current representative of the players association) Tony Clark announced to those gathered that the sport is putting into place a sweeping set of policies to combat discrimination of sexual orientation.

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