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When he was 17, Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader sent out a tweet that said "I hate gay people." (Joe Robbins/Getty Images)MoreCloseclosemore
When he was 17, Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader sent out a tweet that said "I hate gay people." (Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Offensive tweets written by MLB players have been resurfacing. During the All-Star Game, an old tweet from Milwaukee Brewers reliever Josh Hader surfaced that said "I hate gay people." Other MLB players have used derogatory language on Twitter. Mike Pesca thinks each case should be examined individually.

Plus, now that the Supreme Court has cleared the way for sports gambling throughout the U.S., MLB national correspondent Will Leitch is looking into the future — and he thinks the fan experience is going to get worse.

And Sports Illustrated's Charlotte Wilder went on a quest to meet "The Sandlot" actor Patrick Renna. She explains why Renna stands for much more than himself — and she shares other sports movie thoughts.

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This segment aired on August 4, 2018.

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