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Ender Inciarte met Dustin from Stranger Things and joked that he was the real Eleven

Gaten Matarazzo, one of the stars of the hit Netflix series, Stranger Things, is no stranger to Major League ballparks. The 15-year-old New Jersey native sang the National Anthem alongside his sister at Citi Field before a Mets game in 2015: 

The curly-haired kid known as Dustin from Hawkins made another appearance at an NL East park this past week when he visited SunTrust Park in Atlanta. Braves center fielder Ender Inciarte was convinced he was actually the best "Eleven" Dustin had ever met:

You might call Inciarte's defense in center field supernatural, but it probably still doesn't compare to what the real Eleven is capable of.
Here are some of the other highlights from baseballers on social media over the last week:
We've seen some hilarious chronicles of Minor League pitchers hitting recently. Cardinals prospect Conner Greene showed us what happens when you really swing for the fences:

Cubs pitcher Rob Zastryzny was born in Canada, but grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas. He was more than happy to be back in the Lone Star State during a recent trip with the Triple-A Iowa Cubs:

Twins prospect Brent Rooker had an intriguing suggestion for a social experiment of sorts:

Apparently the only thing nastier than Lance McCullers Jr.'s curveball is whatever is ending up in his trash:

Do you have a friend whose phone is perpetually overloaded with unread messages? Pirates pitcher Trevor Williams sure does:

No one can turn a Minor League clubhouse into a party faster than Tim Dillard. Here's the latest from the Colorado Springs locker room, courtesy of Brewers catching prospect Jacob Nottingham: