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The best MLB player tweets from Super Bowl XLVIII

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Super Bowl XLVIII is in the books. While the Seahawks were marching to a resounding victory over the Broncos, plenty of MLB players (like the rest of the country) took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the game. Here's a sampling of the best:


Tigers ace Justin Verlander announced he was supporting Seattle and his fellow Richmond, Va. native Russell Wilson:

While Rockies starter Jhoulys Chacin countered by decking out his adorable daughter in Denver orange:

Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus (and his BFF the ghost emoji) settled down to watch football the way it was meant to be watched: with a huge carton of ice cream:

With the early score at 2-0, Cardinals second baseman Matt Carpenter wondered if he'd somehow stumbled into a baseball game:

Free agent Luke Hughes was excited about Bruno Mars' halftime show, and specifically how unfavorably former teammate Drew Butera's dancing compares:

While Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino gave props to his fellow Hawaiian:

While the halftime show was popular with players, the game itself wasn't as much, as Indians starter Trevor Bauer expressed:

But nevertheless, there's still a big reason for them (and you) to be excited about the game's conclusion, even if you're not a Seahawks fan: