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#OMG! Play of the Year
The ones you had to watch over and over
Bourjos' home run-robbing catch
Mike Trout made a ridiculous grab in Baltimore last year. Peter Bourjos did his best to top him with this snag.
It's tough to pinpoint the best part of this postgame speech. Maybe it was when Munenori Kawasaki borrowed the mic, or when he whipped out his translation book, or when he got pie'd -- how about you decide.
Giants fans can now take a break during the game to grab a coffee and some valuable tweet time. The @cafe -- complete with a Peet's Coffee bar -- opened this year at AT&T Park, giving visitors a glimpse into the Giants' social media command center.
Nick Swisher's term of endearment for his new state of residence created a huge buzz in Cleveland. The Indians started a #Brohio section in Progressive Field, where a new #Brohio governor was honored every home game.
The icon added to his legendary career this year ... 140 characters at a time. For one game, Scully lent his voice (and #VinScully virtual signature) to the @Dodgers Twitter account to live-tweet the plays and answer fan questions.
The athletic center fielder from the Orioles gives you his candid thoughts, mostly about food. From his Popeye's Chicken birthday cake to his favorite food places around Baltimore, @SimplyAJ10 is all about eating well and tweeting about it.
On top of pulling in the NL MVP, Cutch may have been baseball's MVP of social media. @TheCUTCH22 is all about letting us in on what's going on with him, most recently with him presenting at the American Music Awards.
#ALLREADY. @DatDudeBP has been a MLB social media heavyweight for a few years now, holding contests for fans and retweeting pictures that fans take with him. On top of that, he always gives followers an inside look into what's going on in his life.
It takes a lot to make Mariano Rivera break down. When the last two remaining members of the Core Four took that slow walk to the pitcher's mound, relieving Mo for the final time in his career, it brought the house to tears.
Gray was an integral part of the A's run to the top of the AL West and proved to fit in with the team's culture on top of that. He had a ton of funny and insightful tweets, and also had a touching one where he gave playoff tickets to his unsuspecting waiter who happened to be a huge A's fan.