The Week in Tweets: May 12-18

It is that time of week again where we recap the previous week through your tweets.  This week including amazing plays, a garden gnome and an appearance of a clown.  Make sure to read all the way to the end to see if your tweet was this week’s “Tweet of the Week.”

We started the week on the 12th with an amazing play by our own Drew Maggi, which made MiLB’s Top Plays!

The Curve took game one against Binghamton thanks to three long balls from Ngoepe, Broxton, and of course a #StetsonBooooomb

Unfortunately, they dropped the next two games, only to return home to start a new series against the Flying Squirrels from Richmond.

There were some pretty good photogs in the seats this week…here’s one from when we were in Akron. Although, we’re not sure how to caption this. Thoughts?

We’re pretty sure that the Star Trekian teleporting is not available technology just yet but, hey, we tried to help her out.

We had a double birthday to celebrate and there was a debate on how they would celebrate…

People, not just baseball players, go wild for #chipotle. #truth

We teamed up with the Pirates at the Miracle League Field for a day of baseball camp.

FeDro rolled into town

And then we rolled out the Gerrit Cole Garden Gnome…

Capped the night off with another #StetsonBooooomb and some help from Alen Hanson to take the game 3-0

We just liked these fans.

It seems we had a few more friends for the Panera Bread Bagel Race on Sunday.

And for the tweet that everyone is hoping is theirs… The “Tweet of the Week” this week goes to Jay Fiore. We love his use of the Garden Gnome. Please message us on Twitter to claim your prize this week!

As always, keep tweeting!


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