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It was that good of a tweet.

By Extra Mustard
January 30, 2017

Have you ever had a tweet so good that it was worthy of being printed, signed and framed? Well, Brandon McCarthy apparently has.

McCarthy, a professional pitcher and Twitter legend, was approached by a fan carrying a printed out tweet of his at Dodgers fan fest. And, when asked, he signed it.

I had Brandon McCarthy sign something very special for me at Dodgers fan fest from baseball

I mean, that’s one of the greats in the 11-year history of the company, especially considering it came after he had a near-deadly brain injury. It’s worthy of being signed.

Word of advice: If you’re about to tweet, and your post is not print-out-and-autograph worthy, then don’t send it.

– Kenny Ducey

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