Graphic representation of what reading BP's Twitter is like sometimes.
Twitter "hash tags" are a great way to increase your daily use of the # sign. Their usefulness beyond that is unclear, but they also seem to be a good way to trick people into reading your tweets from three months a go and becoming another unwitting victim of "social marketing."
I'm pretty sure Red Reporter can claim credit for the #Chapmania hashtag which has brought momentary bemusement to tens of internet users. In an effort to build out the set, here are hash-tags you can use for the rest of the roster. I usually drop a #Chapmania when he enters a game or does something impressive. For his recent struggles, I've spent that time under my desk sobbing gently while clutching my Bronson Arroyo plush toy doll.
Here's a list of Reds players and suggested hashtags, with some example Tweets. Not recommended for use:
Jose Arredondo That split-finger is really crossing them up. #RageOnDondo
Bronson Arroyo Tyler Green must've had a Death Wish swinging at that nasty hook. #CharlesBronsonArroyo
Homer Bailey Rough outing for Homer. #OldHossBadBurn
Aroldis Chapman #Chapmania
Johnny Cueto #CuetalDischarge
J.J. Hoover J. Hoover's "dirty tricks" program is in full effect. #TeenageFBI
Mike Leake #LeakealMatters
Sam LeCure #LeMania
Sean Marshall Enter #TheMarsh.
Logan Ondrusek Another safe landing at #LoganAirport
Alfredo Simon Put some extra #AlfredoSauce on that heater.
Miguel Cairo #CairoGlyphics
Zack Cozart #CozCommotion!
Todd Frazier Frazier is entering a new phase of his career as the primary LF. #ToddfatherPartII
Brandon Phillips Just musing about Brandon Phillips' performance on the field here. #BrandonPhillipsBaseball
Scott Rolen Scott Rolen just used his bat to hit a HR. #RolenInTheDeep
Wilson Valdez #Valdez4Prez
Joey Votto #Votto4BenevolentDespot