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It’s harder to measure “religiousness” than you might imagine.
The keys to life: how to tweet, how to eat in a non-destructive fashion, and how to use animals to diffuse your existential terror.
Matt dissects a Jose Altuve commercial, Craig dissects a Jered Weaver tweet, and Mary unmasks the robots behind the plate.
David hacks the Cardinals and discovers drafts of the team’s infamous promotional tweet, while Trevor comes to terms with another way the system gets gamed.
You can learn a lot in line at Chipotle, but the Joey Gallo question is a little tougher.
Steve Clevenger’s tweets got him suspended by the Mariners, but the issue runs deeper than one backup catcher.
What we can learn about people in baseball by studying their Twitter follows.
The year in baseball memes that were funny, before we destroyed them.
You can learn a lot about a baseballer by the people he follows.
What some of the reactions to last week’s collision revealed.
A Detroit Tigers pitcher corrects a Detroit Tigers writer on Twitter, because this is the world we live in.