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Another day, another athlete exposed for terrible behavior on social networking. Atlanta Braves left-hander Sean Newcomb apologized Sunday after a string of his homophobic and racist tweets were found.

The tweets involved were stated in 2011 and 2012 when Newcomb was obviously a freshman on the University of Hartford.

These tweets were uncovered as Newcomb was pitching the sport of his MLB 18 Stubs life on Sunday, coming within one strike of the no-hitter up against the Dodgers, allowing just a two-out single inside ninth inning.

News with the tweets didn’t break until after reporters spoke with Newcomb, however the Braves made the pitcher accessible to media afterward too.

Newcomb then added, per Wingert, “I think that those who know me know that’s now the form of person I am,” eerily similar for the “They were never my beliefs” excuse made available from Brewers reliever Josh Hader, whose racist and homophobic tweets surfaced through the MLB All-Star Game.

Hader wasn’t suspended by MLB for his old tweets, but was ordered MLB The Show 18 Stubs to pass through sensitivity training. It is unknown what punishment, if any, will probably be handed down to Newcomb.
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