The tweet was allegedly sent out by Scrapyard Dawgs general manager Connie May, and players were livid. Not because of the result of the game, but because of the racist tweet sent by team general manager “Witnessing the intensity of professional competition will blow their minds—and hopefully inspire many of them to dream about their own futures.” NPR's Michel Martin speaks with pro-softball player, Kiki Stokes, about her team's decision to disassociate from the ScrapYard Dawgs over the general manager's misrepresentation. Members of the Scrap Yard Dawgs professional softball team walked out en masse Monday, and many vowed they will never again play for the team after a since-deleted tweet from GM Connie May. Of course, this has everything to do with Trump’s response to when Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during the anthem in 2016 to protest racial injustice and police brutality. “By bringing the best professional players to these events, young players will be able to experience the shear elegance and awesome power of the game in a way that they may have never seen before,” said Scrap Yard Dawgs GM Connie May. The now-deleted tweet by Connie May, general manager of the Houston-based Scrap Yard Dawgs, included the Twitter handle for President Donald Trump as it … A tweet on Monday by the ScrapYard Dawgs featured a picture of Osterman and her teammates standing during the anthem with a caption that … The now-deleted tweet by Connie May, general manager of the Houston-based Scrap Yard Dawgs, included the Twitter handle for President Donald Trump as it …