Your re-branded Twitter account of the day
A Twitter account dedicated to a specific player's home runs has undergone a necessary and somewhat belated makeover.
If you're going to devote a Twitter account to an individual player's home runs, then you'd best choose carefully and show a willingness to adapt to changing circumstances. Otherwise, media sociale will have its remorseless way with you.
So consider what follows a wise shift of focus:
Programming note: @DidUptonHomer has been canceled because the answer is No. We now join Chris Davi' quest for history already in progress.— DidChrisDavisHomer (@DidCrushHomer) July 1, 2013
So, yes, a sage and timely change indeed.
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