May 15, 2012, 6:35 PM EDT
Hamilton already has 30,000 followers in about 24 hours, even though his account has yet to be verified. He did confirm that it was his, though. He said it would be managed by his representatives, but that he would tweet himself on occasion.
Regardless of the content of his tweets, Hamilton seems assured of quickly becoming one of the most followed baseball players on twitter. Frankly, though, we doubt he’ll be half as interesting as Brandon McCarthy.
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