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Marcus Stroman live tweeting the playoffs and it’s pure gold

Toronto Blue Jays hurler Marcus Stroman has taken to Twitter to provide his input and analysis on some of the recent postseason games and they are pure gold.

Marcus Stroman never shies away from keeping his fans informed or in touch through his various social media channels, however, this time around the “Stro-Show” is breaking down and analyzing postseason games and we all may just learn a thing or two from his tweets.

Stroman and his pal Chris Archer joked on Twitter that the world isn’t ready for the two of them in the booth together. However, as you can see from Stroman’s live tweets, he may have a future in the as an insider or analyst one day.

ALDS- Yankees versus Red Sox

Stroman remarked that the Red Sox/ Yankees rivalry and energy is unmatched and he is hopeful the series will go the distance. He also quipped that he loves that he gets to compete in the best division in the league. Hard to argue with that statement.

Here are a few of Stroman’s more recent tweets from the Red Sox 16-1 thumping of the Yankees.

Wild Card Game- Yankees versus Athletics

Stroman was in awe of Athletics reliever Lou Trivino and made a case for the 27-year old to be a starter next season. The Blue Jays hurler also joked that he was hitting the gym to add a 100 MPH fastball to compliment his sinker like Luis Severino.

Stroman also compared Luke Voit to a less jacked Matt Holliday in one of his live tweets. Here are a few of the other Wild Card game live tweets compliments of the “Stro”.

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For the full rundown of all the live tweets, check Stroman’s Twitter page HERE and Hey Stroman, if that whole pitching thing doesn’t work out for you, we all know you have the personality and insight to be alongside Buck in the booth. Well done, sir.



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