Baseball fans take matters into their own hands when told ‘no National Anthem’ (VIDEO)



When fans attending a college baseball game between Louisiana and Lafayette last month were told that, due to time constraints, there would no be singing the National Anthem, the fans – or the players – didn’t take the request sitting down.

With no further ado – and no need for permission – the fans simply stood up and starting singing the “Star Spangled Banner” and the players paused their warm-ups to place their hands over their hearts and sing along.

[Fox Sports]

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