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When BP’s Jason Parks Visits Cubs Spring Training …

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Baseball Prospectus’s National Prospect and Player Development Writer Jason Parks is, to me, among the most uniquely enjoyable follows in the baseball corner of Twitter. He has a style (and hashtags) entirely his own, and his flair is almost as impressive as his baseball acumen.

The latter, however – the baseball stuff – is why it’s worth checking out his timeline when he takes a visit to see the Cubs in Spring Training, as he did yesterday:

I take nearly as much joy from reading those tweets as I infer that Parks took from watching Baez play nearly the full game yesterday.



Brett Taylor

Brett Taylor is the Editor of Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation.


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