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Andrew McCutchen is too proud to use spellcheck, and we absolutely respect him for it

PITTSBURGH, PA - MAY 11: Andrew McCutchen #22 of the San Francisco Giants acknowledges the fans during a standing ovation against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park on May 11, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Andrew McCutchen (Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

The decision to use or abstain from autocorrect is one of the most important decisions a person can make in 2018. When you're a famous baseball player on social media with nearly a million followers, one might assume the stakes are even higher. On the contrary, Andrew McCutchen would rather just go for it when it comes to spelling and deal with the consequences later:

Here are some other highlights from baseballers on social media over the last week:
It was no surprise to see the Yanny vs. Laurel meme splinter the baseball world as well:

Chris Archer knows when to turn the volume down so his teammate Mallex Smith can catch some Z's: 

Braves shortstop Dansby Swanson has been on the DL for a couple weeks with a sore wrist. The Braves returned home from a week long road trip on Monday, and Swanson was thrilled to have his friends back in town:

You won't find many relievers more muscled up than Mariners right-hander Dan Altavilla. One of his biggest fans made sure to let him know:

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The things you find during BP 😂💪🏼🍗

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Twins prospect Brent Rooker does not appreciate misleading scouting reports: