DougDE wrote:Jones has really up'd his 'likeability' in my eyes with his twitter account. He really comes across as a cool dude on there and he tweets a lot. When he was flying home from fanfest he held a question and answer session on there and answered fan questions for several hours. Not that I didnt like him to start with, just sayin, he's probably the best in the org. to follow
And I think this came thru form the fan base at Fanfest. If anybody was at the outfielders forum, not only was Adam asked the most questions overall, but a bunch of them included something about Twitter or people starting off by saying they loved following him. With Markakis and Scott, 2 of the top fan favorites, up there as well, it was interesting to see how the tides may be turning with Jones.
I remember when he did that, with answering Qs. That was his best interactive time so far, but if you tweet at him on a daily basis, 50/50 chance he'll respond. He's been doing it a lot more often the last few months. Just don't:
-Ask about an autograph
-Ask for other players to join Twitter
-Be dumb (a guy asked him who he played for the other day)
Say something good, and chances are actually quite solid he either responds or retweets it.