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Show us your tweets: 2011 World Series edition

Posted 7:39am on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011

In honor of the Texas Rangers' World Series run, we've pulled some of the best (and funniest) Rangers Tweets from the Interwebs.

@TheGreatNapoli

Profile: A spoof account that offers "an outsider's look at what the greatest Ranger, Mike Napoli, could be doing/thinking at any given moment."

Just remembered how awesome I am. Raised a glass to me. #Naptober.

Napoli rhymes with MVP. Not saying, just saying. OK, I'm saying. I'm also a little buzzed already. #Naptober.

Holy moly, it's like I'm wearing a cologne made of bourbon, bacon and sex. #Naptober.

@str8edgeracer (C.J. Wilson)

Profile: Following my dreams since the 80's. pitching, racing, straight edge, PMA, and an extensive list of hobbies sustain my joie de vivre.

Just got asked by a reporter why more people don't watch MLB playoffs on TV ... I feel like this is the most dramatic baseball I've ever seen.

@Buster_ESPN only thing that matters to me is hoisting that trophy

First rule of the #postseason -- do not count your chickens before they're hatched. No game is over until the last out.

@RonWashsMustach

Profile: A spoof account of manager Ron Washington: "The Texas Rangers' voice of reason - well, when that voice of reason is right. When it's wrong, I blame Mike Maddux."

Bobby Flay uses Mike Napoli's sweat as the secret ingredient in his awesome sauce. #OneMore #MVP

"A-Rod is sooooo CLUTCH!!" - No One

If you don't LOVE these Texas Rangers then you're a Commie or a Cards fan and either way you're wrong.

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