With Lenny Dykstra being the latest to join, seven members of the 1986 Mets World Series team are on Twitter. Here's a look at what they've brought to the social media conversation.
Lenny Dykstra has had plenty to say on Twitter since joining on May 10, 2016. He's poked fun at himself, joined in on the Bartolo Colon home run fun, live-tweeted an episode of "Full House" and more.
He went with the episode of "Full House," and hilarity ensued below.
Mookie Wilson has had limited Twitter action since joining in May 2010, but here's his response following Derek Jeter's retirement announcement.
Howard Johnson's Twitter timeline mostly consists of retweets and responses, but he's also commented on some of 2016's hottest topics, including Prince's death, the 2016 election and the Super Bowl.
Dwight Gooden has strong feelings about who can and can't play in New York.
Dwight Gooden was one of the Mets' biggest supporters on Twitter throughout their run to the 2015 World Series.
Ron Darling hasn't been a big tweeter since joining in September 2015, but the fellow broadcaster had high praise for Jessica Mendoza, ESPN's first female "Sunday Night Baseball" analyst.
Bob Ojeda has tweeted just nine times since joining Twitter in April 2011, but this tweet comparing longtime Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully to "My Way" and "New York, New York" singer Frank Sinatra is his most retweeted and liked to date.
Roger McDowell's Twitter timeline is filled with mostly retweets of historic baseball moments and military appreciation.