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CINCINNATI - It's never been easier to follow your favorite team on social media – especially if your favorite team is the Reds.
Unlike the Bengals, Reds players aren't discouraged from taking Twitter by storm. And some are more adept than others.
We've checked the official team Twitter feeds and the not-so-official ones, and have come up with what we think are the top 9 Reds Twitter feeds (in no particular order).
-@DatDudeBP : Brandon Phillips took to Twitter the way home runs fly out of Great American Ball Park: fast and furious. If you're only going to pick one to follow, this is it. Expect copious amounts of hashtags, and every so often, TMI .
-@JamieBlog : Reds Assistant Director of Media Relations Jamie Ramsey uses Twitter in conjunction with his popular blog, Better off Red , to give Reds fans a behind-the-scenes look from the Reds front office. Both are worth following. Expect a heaping helping of Reds, topped with music discussion, finished with tons of pics.
-@MrLeCure : from Reds pitcher Sam LeCure. Big fan of "5 things" lists, and apparently, Crunch Berries.
- @Rojos_Beisbol : The officials Reds Spanish language Twitter – and not just translations of the English language tweets. Sure, you can try to impress your friends with how much you remember from 10th grade Spanish class. But a translation engine is only a copy and paste away.
-@JayABruce : Like any good celebrity on Twitter, Reds' Jay Bruce lets you in on what makes him tick without going too far. Likes? Fried Oreos, LeBron James, rodeos. Dislikes: Harlem Shake, his NCAA bracket.
-@m_sheldon : Reds beat reporter for mlb.com. Obviously, there's tons of Reds stuff here, and I mean A TON. Look for other random baseball stuff, too. I say follow because of his profile sentence: "Opinions shared here are my own, and they're all awesome."
-@DallasLatos : Now it's getting interesting. Wife of Reds starter Mat Latos, the " So I Married a Baseball Player " blog-writing Dallas Latos loves late night tweets, her cats and vodka– and you'll love the combination of the three.
-@LisaBraun : Reds Director of Digital Media. Organizer of Reds fan "Tweet Ups," where like-minded folks obsessed with Twitter and the Reds can meet at a game and look down at their phones the entire time. Lots of tweets, lots of snark. Good mix.
-@OMGReds : The profile says "A twisted view of the Cincinnati Reds," and it is. It's also funny, comprehensive, and worth a follow.
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