Josh Hader's comments on Bucks, Brewers boycotts speak the loudest

  • Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Josh Hader didn't need to say much about the Bucks' boycott of their playoff game Wednesday night. But the fact that the Brewers' All-Star closer said the right words and said them so loud and clear made him a must-hear voice reacting to the Kenosha, Wis., police shooting of Jacob Blake.“It’s an enormous stand. It’s more than sports, and they showed it. It’s not about the game. It’s more than that," Hader said of Milwaukee's NBA team deciding not to play against Orlando, before his  team followed suit in posptoning its game against the Reds. "It's more than sports." @Brewers reliever Josh Hader weighs in on the @Bucks boycott.— FOX Sports Wisconsin (@fswisconsin) August 26, 2020FAGAN: Listen before reacting to players' joining in protest“This is a time where we need to really not stay quiet and show and empower our voices. It’s something that we need to continue to talk about" Hader added. "It’s something that can't just stay quiet and it's nothing we can just put behind us. That's something all of us, we have to continue to voice and bring light to this situation that we have because it’s a big thing.” For those who remember the racist and homoohobic tweets written by a 17-year-old Hader that resurfaced during the 2018 All-Star Game, those words might be met with some[......]