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San Diego Gay Men's Chorus
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The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus have accused their hometown baseball team of homophobia after the choir's attempt to sing the national anthem at Saturday's game was drowned out by a recording of a woman and they were then taunted by sports fans. After taking to the field, however, the men stood silently as a recording of a woman singing the anthem blared on speakers throughout the stadium. The voice was believed to be that of Friday's anthem singer, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. In a short statement issued on Saturday night, the Padres said a "mistake was made in the Petco Park control room that prevented the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus from performing the National Anthem as scheduled. However, the choir said they were "very disappointed" with the "dismissively brief two-sentence statement
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The San Diego Padres apologized to the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus on May 22 after investigating an incident where a prerecording played over their scheduled national anthem appearance on May Based both on the unintentional mistake that was made, as well as the failure to immediately intervene and correct the situation by those who had oversight, we have terminated our relationship with the third-party contractor who was responsible for the error, and taken disciplinary action against our employee who was responsible for the game production on Saturday. The organization drew criticism when a prerecorded version of a woman singing the national anthem played over stadium speakers. No one in the game operations department corrected the error, so the prerecording continued as the men stood on the field. We deeply regret that a mistake on our part has called this into question, but accept full responsibility.
Saturday; 3 p. Balboa Theatre, Fourth Ave. Settle in for some fun with the singers, dancers and musicians in the chorus as they bring you plenty of sparkle and laughs to go along with those melodies.