​Tom Hanks famously said there's no crying in baseball in the classic film 'A League of Their Own.'


Looks like Josh Hader didn't get that memo, in addition to not knowing firing up racist tweets as a teen would be the worst look possible for not only himself, but his future MLB organization. 


Earlier this week, ​Hader was rightfully put on blast after several of his racist and homophobic tweets resurfaced. Per a report, he apologized to his teammates and got so emotional, he ended up crying. 

Is this real life?


On one hand, Hader showing so much passion and emotion during his apology to his teammates shows just how bad he feels. I can respect the hurler for owning up to his mistakes. 


At the same time, Hader should have never tweeted out such ​disrespectful messages in the first place. I don't care if he was 17. The tweets are simply disgusting. ​​

Hader may have won back his teammates, but he's still got a lot of work to do to try and earn back the respect of MLB fans as a whole.