Some players just can’t help themselves. Social media has become an important part of our generation, and many of us would have trouble figuring out how to survive without it.
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Lolo Jones figured she was just responding to another boastful athlete when she challenged Eric LeGrand to a race, but she was left embarrassed and remorseful after learning the former Rutgers footbal
MLB is investigating a homophobic tweet sent from the Twitter account of Rangers pitcher Derek Holland, who says a hacker is to blame.
By creating their own Twitter accounts, professional sports teams are accepting that the benefits of using social media outweigh the negatives of having to listen to fans air out their grievances.
Sunday really was B.J. Upton’s day. The Rays center fielder went nuts with three home runs against the Rangers, and then his lost wallet was returned after a fan contacted him over Twitter.
A.W. went on a massive Twitter rant on Friday after learning that he was released by the WWE.
Contrary to what people may believe, popular athletes get frustrated with things they read on Twitter just like the rest of us.
If by now you are not convinced that Twitter is taking over the world, there must be no convincing you.