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Baseball: Oakland Athletics Bruce Maxwell first MLB player to kneel during anthem

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 24 September 2017
Baseball: Oakland Athletics Bruce Maxwell first MLB player to kneel during anthemBruce Maxwell of the Oakland Athletics has become the first major league baseball player to kneel during the national anthem.Maxwell dropped to a knee just outside Oakland's dugout today, adopting a protest started by former San...
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Now it&rsquo;s no longer just NFL players kneeling to protest police brutality, on Sunday night, Oakland A&rsquo;s Rookie, Bruce Maxwell was the first baseball player to join the movement. Do you think more MLB players will join Maxwell in protest? Let us know your thoughts in the comments...

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