MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has gotten a lot of flack on social media recently, stemming from his lack of trying to negotiate a 2020 season and his lack of caring about the sport he's paid to, uh, care about.
One team in Georgia is jumping on the anti-Manfred bandwagon by selling shirts for fans who feel fed up with the commish's antics.
The Savannah Bananas, a team in the summer collegiate Coastal Plain League are offering these shirts for $26 apiece on their team website.
It might seem odd that a college summer league team is so against the MLB commissioner, but the anti-Manfred statement is one that most baseball fans across all levels can get behind.
Unlike MLB, the Bananas are scheduled to begin their season at the beginning of July. They will play a regional schedule against the Macon Bacon and the Lexington Blowfish called the Southern Summer Ball Series.
The Bananas are also notable for having one of the best team names in all of baseball. These shirts just add another layer to their legacy.