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"It will be interesting, whatever he says," Garcia said. "I will follow him, probably. He will probably say some funny stuff, crazy stuff. It will be fun to follow him."
Asked if he might start a Twitter account like his Chicago counterpart, Cubs manager Lou Piniella, who was about 30 miles away in Mesa, said no thanks.
"What is Twitter?" Piniella asked. After being informed of how it works, Piniella added: "Ozzie ... he needs more space than that."
But don't expect the veteran manager to jump in on social networking.
"First of all, I don't know how to Twitter. Second of all, I'm not going to learn how to Twitter. Look, I've heard of Facebook. Actually, it's on my phone; I see it once in a while," Piniella said.
"But I'm really not a Facebook or Twitter guy, you know? I'm a prime rib and baked potato guy."
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