We looked inside some of the tweets by @Mike_Soroka28 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Words can’t even begin to express how incredible these last couple days have been. The best part by far was seeing the family and friends who came out to support. This was for them, and I wouldn’t have liked to live this dream without them. A moment I will cherish forever.
Ozzie Albies hit his third career grand slam tonight, driving a 1-2 pitch off the facing of the second deck in right field.
At 22 years, 117 days, @ozzie became the youngest player with three career grand slams since Seattle’s Alex Rodriguez hit three by the age of 20 in 1996.
I knew my retirement would free up the Market. #yourewelcomeBryce https://twitter.com/mlbtraderumors/status/1101208593465004034
"You may have a dream and you may think that it's so unattainable, but I'm proof that never giving up on that dream is a chance to make it come true."
Check out the unbelievable journey of pitcher @PeterMoylan.
Let’s try this one more time. #BellLetsTalk
Let’s try this again. Told I used wrong hashtag the first time.
Bell will donate 5 cents to mental health initiatives in Canada every time that hashtag is used today.
Very important Although this is a Canadian initiative, would love to see Braves country help out in any way. It is something that affects every one of us. Working towards ending the stigma around mental illness. #BellLetsTalk https://twitter.com/CMA_Docs/status/1090609457736896512
That’s a lot of compete @Nickelback https://twitter.com/ian_anderson15/status/1089336374908600320
BEST IN THE WEST, BABY!
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Can you hit for average, hit for power, and run?
Larry Walker could.
No player ever has bested every leg of his batting average (.313), home runs (383), and stolen bases (230).
What about defense?
Well he won seven Gold Gloves and had 93.9 defensive runs saved.
Hall of Fame.
YOUR 2018 National League Manager of the Year: Brian Snitker!