Earlier today, the Seattle Mariners announced the hiring of Jerry Dipoto as their new general manager on Twitter.
One person on Twitter who goes by @ror925 responded to the tweet, wondering why he didn't get the job.
@Mariners does this mean I didn't get the job? I thought the interview went great.— car fox (@ror925) September 28, 2015
Usually, tweets like this one never receive a response, but the Mariners' Twitter account was willing to play along.
@ror925 Sorry, we meant to call you before the news broke. Best of luck in the future.— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) September 28, 2015
The interaction continued.
@Mariners I just dont understand why you don't think my MLB The Show franchise success won't carry over.— car fox (@ror925) September 28, 2015
Then, the M's account had nice comeback of their own.
@ror925 That decision you made in 2019 was a major red flag for us.— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) September 28, 2015
The Mariners' Twitter account didn't even need to bother responding to this person, but they did and they handled it all masterfully. Well done, guys. Well done.
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