All MLB baseball teams celebrate Pride Month in June in their own way, except for one team.

The Texas Rangers last had Pride Night at their home ballpark in 2003, and it received so much backlash that they haven’t had it since.

That night in 2003 was not an advertised event like many others in the MLB. Various LGBTQ+ groups were invited to the stadium and honored, and the protest was not long in coming.

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A Texas Rangers batting helmet rests in the net during a New York Yankees game on October 5, 2022 at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. (Matthew Pearce/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Rangers COO Neil Leibman spoke to The Dallas Morning News in 2020 and noted changes made to the organization that he believes go beyond simply having Pride Night.

«Regarding Pride Night, we reached out to the Resource Center and said, ‘What can we do internally?’ We immediately adopted some changes that they suggested to be more inclusive in hiring practices. I think that’s more meaningful than just saying, ‘Okay, we had a Pride Night,'» he said.

The Los Angeles Times also requested a statement from the Rangers about their lack of Pride Night.

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«Our commitment is to make everyone feel welcome and included in Rangers baseball. That means in our ballpark, at every game and in everything we do, both for our fans and our employees. We deliver on that promise through our many programs to have a positive impact on our entire community,» the team responded.

The Rangers made sure to add that they help support the LGBTQ+ community in a number of ways, including sponsoring the NAGAAA Gay Softball World Series last year, as well as «developing a community impact and inclusion council.» They also worked with the Resource Center in Dallas as well as the Pegasus Slow Pitch Softball Association.

Rangers do not host a Pride Night unlike the rest of the league and have received support from their fan base.

General view of Globe Life Field

The Rangers face the St. Louis Cardinals at Globe Life Field on June 7, 2023 in Arlington, Texas. (Ron Jenkins/Getty Images)

«People are tired of all the companies, organizations and sports franchises throwing pride-themed products and brands in their faces,» said a board member of the Texas Family Project wrote.

«People just want to watch baseball. For the vast majority of fans, the Rangers’ decision to buck the trend of celebrating sexuality is a breath of fresh air.»

Farther west, the Los Angeles Dodgers were under much scrutiny after inviting the anti-Catholic satirical protest group, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, to the ballpark for their Pride Night on June 16.

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Protesters flooded the streets outside Dodger Stadium as the team honored the group that dresses up as a nun about an hour before first pitch. The stadium was basically empty for the Friday night contest at the time.

«The Dodgers Community Hero Award goes to an organization that reaches out to the LGBTQ+ community, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Los Angeles Chapter,» stadium announcer Todd Leitz said. «Join us in recognizing the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence for their outstanding service to the LGBTQ+ community.»

Dodgers pitchers Clayton Kershaw and Blake Treinen were among those who disapproved of being reinvited to the group in the clubhouse, while many others around the league, including Washington Nationals starter Trevor Williams, also disapproved of the tribute.

Texas Rangers hat and glove

A Rangers cap during the Seattle Mariners game at Globe Life Field on Sunday, June 4, 2023, in Arlington, Texas. (Photos by Cooper Neill/MLB via Getty Images)

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The Rangers continue to focus on baseball in 2023, and they’re doing pretty well on the diamond. They own the second-best record in the AL at 43-27, which is good for first place in the AL West right now.