It's been a wild and unprecedented week in Major League Baseball.
The firing of Houston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow and manager AJ Hinch kicked it all off. The departures of Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora and New York Mets skipper Carlos Beltran from their respective clubs took things a step further. But nothing could prepare players - or social media - for the subsequent allegations that some Astros players used a buzzer system attached to their bodies in order to relay signs.
Of course, social media was enthralled by all the conspiracy theories, providing plenty of entertainment. Here are the 10 best tweets from players around the league over the last 48 hours.
It doesn't get much more explicit than saying you'd rather face a steroid user than someone who knows what pitch is coming, as Alex Wood of the Los Angeles Dodgers did.
Free agent Danny Valencia threw out an idea for an Astros rebrand.
After previously having some fun at Cora's expense, New York Mets right-hander Marcus Stroman is going to put his feet up.
Trevor Bauer is ready to spill the tea, with or without a case of beer.
Noah Syndergaard has this Clue game all figured out. We all know it was Mrs. Peacock, though.
Milwaukee Brewers lefty Brett Anderson has a guess as to what the atmosphere in the Astros' offices must be like.
New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman - who gave up Jose Altuve's series-clinching home run - just wants to sit back and watch.
Cleveland Indians infielder Jose Ramirez just got here. I'm sure teammate Mike Clevinger can fill him in ...
Mike Clevinger started tossing around threats and is also calling for a unique punishment. It's a shame Cleveland doesn't play Houston until the end of June.
Illuminati confirmed by Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Trevor Williams. It all makes sense.