Stephen Colbert’s Brother Is Trying To Bring Baseball Back To The Olympics
The only person that might be more patriotic than Stephen Colbert might just be his own brother. Edward Colbert is an intellectual property attorney in Washington D.C. and he is fighting to get baseball and softball back in the Olympics.
It’s a crime that the two great games were taken out of the games in the first place, but this story doesn’t stop getting weirder. The person who is really pushing for this is the son of Fidel Castro. Yes, that Fidel Castro.
Antonio Castro and Edward Colbert are teaming up for this wonderful cause.
It looks like baseball and softball have a shot of getting back in the games when Japan hosts in 2020. The Associated Press says that squash, karate and wushu are the others trying to get into the games.
Baseball and softball last appeared in the summer Olympics in 2008 when the games were help in Beijing.
If you don’t know who Stephen Colbert is, well, you really should. Colbert just finished his run on The Colbert Report on Comedy Central. Stephen Colbert will be taking over The Late Show in September after David Letterman retires this spring. Colbert can currently be seen in the Wonderful Pistachios commercials alongside a bald eagle. ‘Murica.
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