Logan Morrison (@LoMoMarlins) gets relatively few public references without that parenthetical. Morrison is one of many players in MLB today who captivate huge numbers of followers on Twitter, which has become an irreplaceable source for news, analysis and insight (plus plenty of entertainment value) to the modern baseball fan.
Twitter is a powerful tool. Though the model is thus far imperfect, experts agree the site will one day be a multi-billion-dollar cash cow. It's also the fastest and most concise means of communicating just about any message that we have in the world today.
Twelve and a half percent more ruthless in its strictures of efficiency even than a standard text message, Twitter is also a tricky medium: It's hard to sound smart, be funny or even avoid conflict in 140 characters.
Not everyone can do it. Some of the game's shining lights and best minds are reduced to link machines when they take to Twitter.
Others, though, are thriving, and if you're missing their wit and wisdom, you're not getting the most out of your baseball fan experience. Here are the 30 best tweeters for baseball nuts.