Brewers' Josh Hader receives standing ovation in first appearance since offensive tweets discovered
Hader has since apologized since the racist and homophobic tweets surfaced during the All-Star Game
Left-hander Josh Hader struck out four in two scoreless innings for the Brew Crew, and, in his first appearance since his history of offensive tweets surfaced during the All-Star Game, he received a standing ovation from the Miller Park crowd as he jogged in the from the bullpen.
Here's the video of Hader's performance and him talking about the ovation after the game:
"It means a lot," Hader said after the game. "Having Milwaukee's support, just knowing that they know my true character. Just forgiving me for my past, because that's not who I am today."
, which included hateful words toward the gay community and promoted white power, on being a "dumb" 17-year-old. .
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