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MLB's top tweets from Tuesday
Each of the 30 teams in baseball have a 40-man roster, various injured players, top prospects, interesting minor league veterans, beat reporters, blogs and stat-minded followers.
Basically, we’re saying that’s a whole lot of people to follow on Twitter.
But we follow them so you don’t have to and every morning we’ll embed the top tweets from the previous 24 hours:
1. Matt Harvey’s dominance:
Matt Harvey is 1st player since 1900 to pitch 9 innings w/ 12+ strikeouts allowing 0 walks and only 1 hit with no decision (per Elias).— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 8, 2013
2. Jose Altuve: Big home runs can come in small packages
For those keeping track at home, Jose Altuve's HR last night for the @astros, traveled an estimated 77.82 Altuve's— MLB Network Radio (@MLBNetworkRadio) May 8, 2013
3. Jay Horwitz keeps up the joking:
In a meeting last night,Mets players and coaches all pledged to be at Citi tonight. We love the Rangers said Ike Davis but this is our job.— Jay Horwitz (@Jay_HorwitzPR) May 8, 2013
4. Josh Beckett takes a LONG time between pitches:
"The least exciting two minutes in sports." and the question is, What is between pitches for Josh Beckett?— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) May 8, 2013
5. J.P. Arencibia, who had one of the closest views of J.A. Happ getting hit with a liner to his head last night:
Keep JA Happ in your prayers... Hardest thing I've ever had to see back there...— jp arencibia (@jparencibia9) May 8, 2013
6. The Angels will need a miracle to reach 90 wins: