Milwaukee Brewers’ relief pitcher Josh Hader was rocked for four hits, including a three-run homer by the Seattle Mariners’ Jean Segura in 1/3 of an inning during Tuesday night’s MLB All-Star Game.

But what Hader did in an exhibition baseball game was the least of his problems on Tuesday night.

Many offensive tweets that included racist and homophobic thoughts from Hader surfaced during the game. The tweets from the now-24-year-old were from 2011-2012.

Here’s a sampling of the very awful tweets:

Before the game even ended, Hader made his tweets protected.

And Hader’s family members in attendance took off their jerseys with “Hader” on the back during the game.

Hader was asked about the tweets after the game, and said he was “young, immature, and stupid.”

And this explanation especially wasn’t a good one: “When you’re a kid, you tweet what’s on your mind.”

Posting on social media about being wasted or smoking weed is one thing when you’re 17 years old. But there’s no defending straight-up racist, homophobic tweets.

MLB reportedly is considering a statement regarding Hader’s tweets on Wednesday.

It will certainly be interesting to hear MLB’s response, and hopefully it’s not just that Hader was a dumb 17-year-old.

Update: Lorenzo Cain — also an All-Star and Hader’s Milwaukee teammate — was asked about Hader’s comments after the game.

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