Yankees legend David Wells slams ‘woke’ culture in rant against Nike, Bud Light, MLB

Yankees legend David Wells slams ‘woke’ culture in rant against Nike, Bud Light, MLB

NEW YORK — New York Yankees legend David Wells slammed the state of Major League Baseball while ripping Nike and Bud Light for being “woke.”
“We’re in a different world,” Wells said Saturday, which was Old-Timer’s Day at Yankee Stadium. “It sucks. That’s why everyone should carry a gun.”
As Wells spoke, he wore a piece of medical tape over the Nike swoosh on the chest of his Yankees jersey. He said that if he were playing today, he would have cut a hole into his jersey and worn it on the field like that rather than display Nike’s logo on his body.
“I hate…


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