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MLB Player Deletes Twitter Account After Sliding Into Fan's DMs

A split screen of a Twitter DM and a baseball field.

The Astros' infielder slid into a fan's DMs to argue about a tweet.

An MLB player deleted his Twitter account after he appeared to get caught arguing with a fan in the DMs.

Houston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman slid into a fan's DMs to argue about a tweet.

The tweet, from @

Well, to say I received some odd DMs tonight is an understatement haha. At least I know I have a no trade clause now. pic.twitter.com/qeUeKMogsd

— Allen H (@AllenH83) July 10, 2017

" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">AllenH83, did not @ Bregman's account, but the Astros' player found it anyway, apparently. The Twitter user screenshotted the messages.

The messages:

A screenshot of a Twitter DM from Alex Bregman.
A screenshot of a Twitter DM from Alex Bregman.

This was the original tweet Bregman appeared to have a problem with.

The Astros' third baseman has since deleted his account.

Bregman, 23, is hitting .256 with 8 HR and 27 RBI. He played collegiately at LSU.