After a spur-of-the-moment decision Mets first baseman, Dominic Smith decided to take a knee during the national anthem on August 26th. Smith had a challenging game and an emotional night speaking up about the social injustice issues taking place in our country. The Mets organization postponed the game the very next day.
Smith shared with SI's writer Stephanie Apstein why he took a stance and a knee and the changes that have come from it.
Sports Illustrated host Kaitlin O'Toole is joined by Stephanie Apstein for insight on her conversation with Dominic Smith.
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