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MLB, Dodgers, Giants, Reds, Brewers get together to sing Taylor Swift song on Twitter

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Some Major League Baseball teams got together to do something interesting on Monday. They “sung” Taylor Swift’s “Love Story” via their various Twitter accounts.

It started with the MLB account saying “It’s a glove story…” a play on the title love story and slight change to make it relevant to the sport.

The Los Angeles Dodgers chimed in:

Then the Dodgers rivals, the San Francisco Giants chime in breaking all sorts of sports rules. Rivals aren’t supposed to be friendly let alone sing love songs together.

Not wanting to be left out, the Cincinnati Reds joined in.

Then the Milwaukee Brewers chimed in, apparently the American League wasn’t feeling it. The Brewers also took a bit of a shot at the Reds in the process which is awesome in the context of the song and timing of the lyric.

The Reds didn’t notice and kept the lyrics alive.

The Colorado Rockies wanted in but didn’t quite get what was going on.

The Giants kept it up though, leaving the Rockies to figure it out on their own, or google the lyrics like I did.

And then the MLB and probably Bud Selig came in and put an end to the awesomeness.

Then the Pittsburgh Pirates jumped in bringing all sorts of anarchy and trying to switch to Swift’s song “22” ignoring the MLB.

The Dodgers responded but it didn’t seem like it had anything to do with continuing the song. This might have ended the friendly MLB Twitter sing along.

MLB Twitter accounts giving the NHL a run for their money as the best in sports.

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