The best of Brewers Twitter mastermind Tim Dillard

June 5, 2017

Need to brighten up your Monday? Do yourself a favor and follow Tim Dillard on all social media platforms.

Heck, make his Twitter profile your desktop’s new home page.

Dillard has emerged into a must-follow for all Brewers fans (or, really, anyone with even the slightest sense of humor) by tweeting hilarious videos, polls and observations about practically anything and everything.

Scrolling through Dillard’s tweets is like taking in a gallery of Picasso paintings. It’s a work of art.

And his “art” of being baseball’s funniest man has grown in the past year -- the 33-year-old pitcher now has over 21,000 followers on Twitter and close to 28,000 on Instagram.

What’s @DimTillard been up to lately? We compiled his best posts from the past two months:

 

Sung by Charlie Puth and Selena Gomez, “We Don’t Talk Anymore” is a tune about a couple that breaks up and grows apart. In Dillard’s case, it looks like he misses face-to-face time with his teammates.

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/870748397153665024

 

A baseball history, featuring Tim Dillard.

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/866671604645769216

 

He’s always asking the important questions.

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/846211743521026049

 

And again.

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/848401013748899840

 

Professional baseball can be a grind some days, so it must be nice to be able to kick back (or get kicked out of Starbucks).

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/862505070650286080

 

How can you make your teammate’s annoying habit disappear? Hold an intervention.

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/859802836422598656

 

Dillard takes a classic scene from “The Shawshank Redemption” and puts a little baseball spin on it. Wonderful.

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/847211655893102592

 

Wait a second … Craig Counsell or Tim Dillard?

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/847856072161472512

 

Fun fact: With just under 1,700 retweets, this is Dillard’s most popular tweet of all time. Another fun fact: Two months later, “Despacito” is now a top hit in the U.S.

The Dillard effect.

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/847115008135720960

 

And he never, ever forgets any of his strikeouts.

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/849090966199967744

https://twitter.com/DimTillard/status/794566363247321089


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