There is nothing worse than an athlete who is a bland tweeter.
OK, there are a few things worse. Like losing a World Series game on a bogus obstruction call. That's worse.
In any case, hearing that your favorite athlete has joined Twitter can be a day-maker. You begin to ponder all of the spectacular behind-the-scenes photos you'll have access to, all of the postgame rants to which you'll be privy, all of the virtual trash talking that will ensue between your fave and his mortal enemies.
When an athlete actually lives up to those expectations, it's a glorious, glorious thing.