Just when he was at the top, New York Yankees pitcher Nestor Curtis now has to respond to some old, offensive tweets while still a high school student.
Twitter is a forgiving universe, and someone has taken out some messages from Curtis’ account, including racial slurs, and they are about 10 years old.
But they existed, and Kalsa acknowledged them and owned his faults.
Nestor Curtis says she wants to ‘see the message to my friends and family and those who follow me on social media that I want to send a positive message’ and go back to what happened 10 years ago. Curtis says he hopes to return to social media. I’ll be back in a few days. ‘”Ian O’Connor of the NY Post tweeted.
Nestor Curtis said she wanted to “send a positive message to my friends and family and those who follow me on social media that I want to send a positive message” and to go back to what happened 10 years ago. Curtis says he will be back on social media “hopefully in a few days”
– Ian O’Connor (anIan_OConnor) May 18, 2022
Curtis is ashamed of what he did as a teenager
While the word choice is clearly not the best, at least Curtis owns his work and shows that he is really sorry.
He added that according to The Post, he had matured and was “a little annoyed with himself” for the language he used.
“I am mature now. I grew up. But there is no point in tweeting, “he said.
Curtis is in the middle of his best season as a major league.
A Yankees draft, he was left unprotected in Rule 5 draft, published by one of the worst teams in baseball (Baltimore Orioles, in 2018) and used extensively as a mop-up pitcher throughout his career; So he has had to make many sacrifices to stay where he is now: he’s one of the Yankees’ rotating pitchers, with a Sterling 1.35 ERA and 49 strikeouts in 40 frames.