#TweetsOfTheWeek for March 22-28

Finally, baseball is upon us. The Cincinnati Reds will be in town for an exhibition against the Bats tomorrow afternoon and rosters are finally starting to shake out. We’ll know more about who will be in Louisville to start the regular season next week, but the excitement of baseball at Louisville Slugger Field is more than enough for now.

The Reds are in Pensacola tonight for an exhibition game against the Blue Wahoos, but let’s catch up with how the players are feeling about their last week in Arizona for Spring Training and the beginning of a new season. Of course, they were talking about other things, too.

Here are your tweets of the week:

Tony Cingrani gets us started. He joins the rest of the world in being someone who wants that dog.

Brayan Pena visited fellow Cuban Aroldis Chapman in the hospital. Salvador Perez, who hit the ball that hit Chapman, was there as well. You may notice a familiar face (it’s Felix Perez) on the left side of the picture. Felix is also a native of Cuba.

Donald Lutz is a champion. Fogo de Chau is a Brazilian steakhouse. You already knew at least one of these things. You knew the first one.

Deion Sanders is mentioned in this post every week because he is a former Louisville Bat, but he also did this other thing during his career as a professional athlete.

Minor league catcher Chris Berset is a proud alum. If his Maize and Blue win tonight, they’ll play the winner of the game everyone in the Commonwealth is talking about on Sunday.

Reds pitching prospect Nick Travieso started the countdown.

Billy Hamilton is putting a pretty serious amount of faith in the Reds faithful.

March Madness commenced in a big way during the NCAA tournament’s opening weekend, and it drew mixed reactions from the guys in Reds camp.

Corky Miller makes the improbable probable.

Shark eating seafood. Makes sense.

It’s hard to disagree with Tucker on this one.

(Calls In n’ Out Burger to inquire about franchise opportunities)

J.J. Hoover has a couple of friends waiting for him when he gets home from Spring Training.

Finally, Spring Training has come to a close, the Reds are ready to go in Pensacola tonight before flying up to Louisville for their final tune up tomorrow afternoon.

See you tomorrow at Louisville Slugger Field.

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