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Cody Bellinger thinks Yasiel Puig should cool it with the hashtags

<> at Dodger Stadium on May 22, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Jayne Kamin-Oncea)

Social media has introduced many things into our everyday lives, not the least of which has been the hashtag. Hashtags are used in many forms across various social media platforms, with some users showing them off rather infrequently, and others opting to end all their posts with a lengthy string of references or trending topics. Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig falls squarely in the latter category, and his teammate Cody Bellinger decided to call him out:

It's okay, Yasiel -- keep hashtagging your heart away.
Here are some other highlights from baseballers on social media over the last week ...
Former Phillies All-Star Jimmy Rollins has taken note of one of Philadelphia's newest stars:

Cardinals rookie Harrison Bader lived up to his Players' Weekend nickname:

Mets Minor Leaguer Ty Kelly reached a milestone, so he promptly compared himself to some of the all-time greats:

Dodgers pitcher Tom Koehler may be on the DL, but that doesn't mean he's not keeping up with baseball. He loved seeing his former Marlins teammate Christian Yelich have a huge game on Wednesday:

Koehler also had an interesting experience with the recent earthquake in California:

A's pitcher Brett Anderson has been very impressed with his rookie teammate Ramón Laureano:

Indians pitcher Adam Plutko enjoyed his teammate Shane Bieber's Players' Weekend nickname:

Orioles Minor Leaguer Kirvin Moesquit felt a little left out of the Players' Weekend festivities:

D-backs Minor Leaguers Jon Duplantier and Luis Silverio found another way to celebrate: