Follow Major League Baseball on TwitterBy: Chris Gabbard - April 6, 2012
Today is the final day of the first day of Major League Baseball, if that makes any sense. The last teams are having there opening day today, meaning MLB is officially underway.
Twitter is getting serious about baseball this year, and they have some new ways to stay in touch with all the latest news, and interact with players and insiders like never before.
Twitter has organized a huge line-up of writers, managers, and owners for you to follow, including MLB official pages, FOX Sports: MLB, Tommy Lasorda, Orel Hershiser, Bill Simmons, and so on.
@Dodgers. As Branch Rickey said, luck is the residue of design. Your hard work will pay off!Good luck to Don Mattingly and the 2012
Great to have the Red Sox back in my life.
Twitter is joining forces with MLB to bring fan interaction to a new level. Cincinatti Red Brandon Phillips recently invited two fans to hang out with him during spring training after they won a contest he held on Twitter.
Or you can give them suggestions on their game. What do you think Matt Kemp should use for his walk up song this year?
Does anyone have ideas about my walk up songs this year?
Or get a glimpse of players lives outside of the field…
Relief pitchers don’t have to be smart.
Stay connected to General Manager’s accounts to see how your favorite team is shaping up this year. Mets GM Sandy Alderson tells fans about some great prospects to watch out for:
@heyjoenyc Among position players further away, Den Dekker, Puello, Flores & Lagares should all be fun to watch. They looked good today..
Or follow analysts and insiders for the latest trade rumors and roster moves.
Johnny Damon looking for opportunity with 450 PAs, according to agent Scott Boras. “Damon will be signed by May 1st; just don’t know where.”
Follow Twitter’s MLB list for complete coverage of the national pastime. No matter where you look, you will find fun stuff for all your baseball needs.