June 15, 2010

Twitter Tuesday: Garrett Broshuis

Every so often, you stumble upon someone on Twitter that (A) you've never heard of and (B) you're kicking yourself for having not found them sooner.

Such is the case for former San Francisco farmhand Garrett Broshuis.

Broshuis drops one-liners with the ease of a stand up comic...a stand up comic that found himself getting drafted in the fifth round of the 2004 MLB Draft, that is.

TWITTER HANDLE: @Broshuis

SAMPLE TWEETS:

I feel like college conferences are in a pre-World War I state of secret alliances. Just waiting for an Archduke Ferdinand moment.

Watching the 1981 version of "Clash of the Titans." Is it supposed to be a comedy? 'Cause I'm finding this hilarious.

Note to Rich White People: Stop doing stupid crap such as attempting to sail around the world when you're 16 just so you can gain attention.

Note to media: Stop showing Rich White People doing stupid stuff (sailing around the world at 16) and maybe they'll stop craving attention.

Dear ESPN: Despite your best efforts to ram the WorldCup down my throat, I will not be watching it. Sincerely, Baseball is Better

Great. End the game in a tie. Who's running this thing? Bud Selig?

The musings of Garrett Broshuis can be found over at his site, Life in the Minors. Broshuis has also been published online by Baseball America and The Sporting News.

Not too shabby.


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