Tweet of the Week
Sad Clayton Kershaw is the best Clayton Kershaw #BeatLA— Joe Cortez (@JDCortez_14) April 12, 2015
Silly photo... pic.twitter.com/NGjBAvIywW— Visalia Rawhide (@VisaliaRawhide) April 8, 2015
FINE. I'll write more. pic.twitter.com/PsZ2mwzxRt— soco (@socosoco) April 14, 2015
If LA Times readers are confused by tomorrow's game story, it'll be 'cause @dylanohernandez ate a Churro Dog and passed out on his keyboard.— Zach Buchanan (@azc_zachb) April 12, 2015
And, a Tweet that was subsequently deleted, but not before I screenshot it.
Hey, I laughed.
The games in Diamondbacks Tweets
Diamondbacks 7, Giants 6
it may be warmups, but rubby de la rosa couldn't even hit tuffy on a consistent basis— steven burt (@stevenburt) April 8, 2015
@AZSnakepit on just a pinch hit and one start. MVP trophy locked up— Ross Dunham (@RDunham22) April 8, 2015
What, no #slaphands?
Sorry guys... Not used to running in and tweeting it after coming in from the bullpen...— Daniel Hudson (@DHuddy41) April 8, 2015
Diamondbacks 2, Giants 5
I don't want to say Hellickson works slow but the grounds crew is going to have to mow the lawn between each inning.— Jeff Summers (@azjazzyj) April 9, 2015
Don’t worry, Heston. 50 Cent’s pitch was still worse than that.— Diamondback Fans (@DbackFans) April 9, 2015
Any Tweet that quote Burns automatically gets a spot here.
So Machi would rather have #Dbacks Cliff Pennington on the bases than Aaron Hill. As Robbie Burns said, the best laid plans gang aft a-gley— Jack Magruder (@JackMagruder) April 9, 2015
Diamondbacks 4, Dodgers 3
Opposing pitchers with the same amount of letters in their names face each other first in the same inning and both strike out! @Dbacks— Frank Rubio (@_FrankRubio) April 11, 2015
When you trying to watch the Dbacks game but Native is playing the Yankees game on 4 TVs and golf on the other 3— Lucky Leah (@soto_leah) April 11, 2015
It wouldn't be an Addison Reed outing if you weren't sitting on the edge of your seat biting your nails #Dbacks— Clay (@ClayJParker) April 11, 2015
Diamondbacks 6, Dodgers 0
@ArchieBradley7 I didn't know you could swing it too #GoDbacks— Touki Toussaint™ (@_YoSoy_Touki) April 12, 2015
Dodger Third Basemen are Spinal Tap drummers in this game.— Charlie Gebow (@CLEFOAINTACRIME) April 12, 2015
Metal detectors go in at Chase Field and all of sudden the Dodgers can't win. Coincidence? I think not. #dbacks— Samuel Richard (@samuelisaac) April 12, 2015
Diamondbacks 4, Dodgers 7
She can pitch overhand too. pic.twitter.com/JqhQX3XiFJ— Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) April 12, 2015
even when he's arguing Goldy is nice. "that's off. that's way off. okay then"— steven burt (@stevenburt) April 12, 2015
Wavers behind home plate should be immediately ejected and banned from Chase Field forever. #Dbacks— Austin (@Austin5Fe) April 12, 2015
Diamondbacks 8, Padres 4
The #Padres' GM looks like he belongs in Game of Thrones— DESIGNING PLANES MAN (@placovara) April 14, 2015
Ender Inciarte > Justin Upton? Discuss. @InsidetheZona— Ryan P. Morrison (@ryanpmorrison) April 14, 2015
Ender Inciarte's night: double-double-single-triple sounds like the greatest In-N-Out burger of all time— Josh Kelman (@JoshKelman) April 14, 2015
The week in McCarthy Tweets
I thought long and hard over whether to continue curating the best McCarthyisms, given he's no longer a Diamondback. It was one thing to continue to follow him when he'd been traded to the Yankees - that wasn't his fault - but signing with the Dodgers of you own free will is almost inexcusable. I feel sure that very act removed the last vestige of humanity from his being, leaving him nothing but a hateful, soulless automaton.
my wife is out for the night and I have 2 questions: Tinder-is it free? & how do you cook food?— Brandon McCarthy (@BMcCarthy32) March 12, 2015
Oh, all right then...
"you are a short fat black woman" would have been more applicable to me than this 'fortune' I just got pic.twitter.com/FMeDQvkECt— Brandon McCarthy (@BMcCarthy32) April 5, 2015
"who ya gonna call?" "I dunno. Whichever Ghostbusters has the best yelp reviews I suppose."— Brandon McCarthy (@BMcCarthy32) March 10, 2015
Which is a great segue into this final thought...
Historical events in Tweets
Lincoln was shot 150 years ago today and that reminds me of the greatest Yelp review, ever. pic.twitter.com/gcBQ2I1nTm— Ericson (@MrScottEricson) April 14, 2015