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Holiday wishes from the Detroit Tigers

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Seems like everyone got into the festive spirit today.

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‘Tis the season for gathering together with family and friends, sharing the warmth of the holidays, giving gifts, and giving thanks. While the rest of us drink our eggnog and unwrap presents from Santa, the Detroit Tigers’ players were doing the same thing. A few of them took to social media to share their Christmas Day with fans.

The official Tigers Instagram got us started with a cheery emoji-themed Christmas wish.

Merry Christmas #Tigers fans!

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Pitcher Matt Boyd helped his nephew enjoy his first Christmas.

My nephew is a happy dude... So glad get to share his #️⃣1️⃣ christmas with him! #Noah #merrychristmas!

A photo posted by Matthew Boyd (@matt_boyd48) on

Justin Verlander had a DIY solution for running out of Christmas wrapping paper.

Pretty clever, JV.

James McCann kept with the religious tone for his holiday greeting.

From all of us, to all of you... MERRY CHRISTMAS! #Christmas2016 #JesusIsTheReasonForTheSeason

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Ian Kinsler was especially festive, sharing his family’s snowman making contest, as well as a little Snapchat caroling with his sister.

Family comp. **VOTE BY NUMBER FOR YOUR FAV.** (2 of 2) #Frosty ⛄️

A photo posted by Ian Kinsler (@i.kinsler3) on

Merry Christmas. Thanks to my sister @trkinsler I'm forced into shenanigans. #familyfun #christmasmood

A video posted by Ian Kinsler (@i.kinsler3) on

Really, Ian Kinsler is a gift to us all.

Drew VerHagen wished everyone the best.

Merry Christmas from the VerHagen squad

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Shane Greene showed off his tree.

Merry Christmas to all!!

A photo posted by Shane Greene (@sagreeney) on

And Buck Farmer nicely summarized everyone’s sentiments.

Hope you all had Christmases as lovely as the Tigers did. Happy holidays!