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Just A Coincidence? Dodgers Suffer Worst Lost In 125 Years After Mocking God

The Bible in Galatians says “Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows.”

It appears the Los Angeles Dodgers got to witness that Bible verse firsthand.

Just one day after the Dodgers hosted the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence which is a group that dresses up in drag as nuns and has been known to perform stripteases on crosses, the Dodgers have suffered their worst shut-out loss in history.

The Dodgers lost in their home stadium 15-0 to the San Francisco Giants.

Here’s what Fox Sports reported:

J.D. Davis took batting practice five hours ahead of game time, landing balls in the center field net. He did it again when it counted.

LaMonte Wade Jr. hit a three-run homer, Davis added a pinch-hit grand slam, and the San Francisco Giants routed the slumping Los Angeles Dodgers 15-0 on Saturday night for their season-high sixth straight victory.

It was the Giants’ largest margin of victory over their NL West rival since a 19-3 victory on Sept. 14, 2013. It also matches the worst home shutout loss in Dodgers history, which came in 1898 against Pittsburgh when the team was based in Brooklyn.

With the loss, the Dodgers dropped a home series to the Giants for the first time since losing three of four in July 2021.

Per Fox 11 News:

The Los Angeles Dodgers hosted the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence on the team’s LGBTQ+ Pride Night after a month-long public debate that drew national headlines.

Leading up to the Friday, June 16 LGBTQ+ Pride Night, it has been a public relations roller coaster ride for both the Dodgers and the Sisters over the last several weeks as both organizations faced backlash from individuals and groups from various walks of life – including the Boys in Blue’s own Clayton Kershaw.

The Sisters, who aren’t actual nuns but are known for dressing like them in public, made headlines earlier in the Spring after religious organizations and Sen. Marco Rubio accused the group of mocking Catholics and Christians.

On Friday, an estimated 2,000 people – mostly from Catholic groups – gathered in Chavez Ravine to briefly crowd the gates leading to Dodger Stadium.


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