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Trevor Bauer helped a fan on Twitter with her math homework

Trevor Bauer: Pitcher, drone enthusiast, math tutor.

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Trevor Bauer, a pitcher known for his many quirks and individuality in how he approaches the game of baseball, is undeniably a smart dude. No matter what hot takes you have about the results or how he handles himself between starts: The guy puts in a tremendous of amount of work learning about every aspect of the game he plays for a living.

A big part of that is, of course, math. Trevor has recorded entire vlogs dedicated to talking about the math and science behind pitching, and his Twitter timeline is often times steeped in math theory about drones and/or baseball. So when a fan on Twitter asked him a question about her math test, he was quick to help out as best he could.

The interaction did not start with the fan, Maddie Martin, outright asking Trevor to answer her math test question for her, but about the most Trevor Bauer thing possible — drones.

Trevor, being a very open personality on Twitter, helped her out right away.

After a little bit of back-and-forth about the type of drones Trevor uses (and some shaking on the part of an excited Ms. Martin), the all-important question was asked that led to one of my favorite Twitter exchanges ever:

The best part? The two made it through the whole interaction without a single turd telling Trevor he should be “focusing on baseball” at 9:30 p.m. on a Friday night. Way to go, world.