Tweets Made as Teens Once Again Dooming Notable Names Years Later

In what is starting to become an alarming trend for notable faces in mainstream society, Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Josh Hader become the latest individual to fall prey to virtual watchdogs who went through hundreds of Hader's tweets even as early as 2011 when Hader was 17 years old. 

The tweets, many with harsh racial and sexual undertones, some comedic references, and some just laced with downright raw disparagement, have become the talk of baseball just hours after one of the most exciting All-Star games in baseball history in which Hader made an appearance in.

Clay Travis wonders how Hader, and more importantly Hader's agent, didn't think to go back and delete dated tweets from almost 10 years ago and make sure his public account didn't contain tweets with content that could be deemed offensive, especially with notable athletes like Donte DiVincenzo recently getting lambasted for the same reason.

Listen to the full audio below.

The latest in news, straight to your inbox.

Subscribe to the FOX Sports Radio newsletter!


Content Goes Here