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Todd Frazier was nostalgic for the days you had to use a landline to make phone calls

The smartphone has become such a routine part of our everyday lives that we often take it for granted. Of course we can pull a little device out of our pocket and look up any information in an instant. Of course we can call or FaceTime anyone anywhere in the world whenever we so desire.
Todd Frazier wanted to remind "the younger crowd" that we haven't always been so lucky by posting a hilarious photo of him from his adolescent days:

Here are the other highlights from baseballers on social media over the last week ...
Frazier wasn't the only one remembering the good ol' days. Nelson Cruz threw it back 20 years to the team he originally signed with out of the Dominican Republic: the Mets.

Carlos Beltran paid homage to all of his former teams with his Halloween costume -- all of his former Major League teams, at least. The Lansing Lugnuts -- whom Beltran played 11 games for in 1996 -- did not get a shout-out, unfortunately.

Astros prospect Myles Straw also had a great costume for Halloween:

Some members of the Braves' front office did a collective dress-up as the team's players, and some of the actual Braves approved:

The Red Sox won the World Series, and David Price wanted to make sure everyone at the parade knew they couldn't have done it without his Fortnite partner:

Former pitcher Eric O'Flaherty described the progression of Steve Pearce's World Series with some detailed graphics:

Twins prospect Brent Rooker welcomed the offseason in the most fitting way:

The Arizona Fall League is still in session, and Mets prospect Peter Alonso is still crushing baseballs:

Cubs prospect Justin Steele was proud of his defensive efforts:

Astros pitching prospect Forrest Whitley is just trying to avoid the long ball:

Rhys Hoskins was disappointed that more people don't want him to bring the 'stache back in 2019: