Hader, in his second MLB season, has a 1.50 ERA and 89 strikeouts in 31 relief appearances for Milwaukee in 2018.
by: N/A — MLB: Brewers 1h
MILWAUKEE -- The best first half in Brewers history ended with six straight losses, and it doesn't get easier after the All-Star break. The Brewers return to action Friday at Miller Park for the start of a six-game homestand against the Dodgers and...
MLB won’t suspend Brewers pitcher Josh Hader over racist, homophobic tweets, but will require sensitivity training
by: Sean Keeley — The Comeback 1h
Brewers reliever Josh Hader won't face any suspension over recently revealed tweets, but he will be required to take sensitivity training.
by: Esten McLaren — The Score 1h
Major League Baseball released a statement Wednesday stating that Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader won't be suspended for "unacceptable social media comments" that came to light during Tuesday's All-Star Game.Hader's Twitter account was found to...
by: AP — Fox Sports 2h
Major League Baseball says Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader will be required to go through sensitivity training.
Josh Hader won't face suspension from MLB or Brewers for inflammatory tweets surfaced during All-Star Game - CBSSports.com
by: Eye — CBS Sports 2h
Hader will attend sensitivity training and partake in the league's diversity and inclusion programs
MLB says Josh Hader must go through sensitivity training; Brewers will 'work through issue' over tweets
by: Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 2h
MLB announced the Brewers reliever must go through sensitivity training. The Brewers did not indicate Hader would be disciplined but said they will "continue to work through this issue" with him.
by: Steve DelVecchio — Larry Brown Sports 2h
Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Josh Hader saw his reputation take a massive hit during the MLB All-Star Game Tuesday night when some of his offensive tweets from years ago began surfacing, but he will not face disciplinary action from the league. Major.
by: Ron Dicker — The Huffington Post 6h
"It doesn't reflect any of my beliefs now," the Brewers star said in an apology.
by: Craig Calcaterra — NBC Sports: Hardball Talk 6h
And more than simply saying that he was 17 years-old at the time
by: STEPHEN WHYNO AP Sports Writer — Wisconsin State Journal 8h
"There's no excuse for what was said," the All-Star reliever said. "I'm deeply sorry for what I've said and what's been going on. It doesn't reflect any of my beliefs
by: Charlotte Carroll July 18, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 13h
Brewers lefthanded pitcher Josh Hader apologized for racist and homophobic tweets from 2011 and 2012 that resurfaced during the 89th All-Star Game on Tuesday night.