The Indians' Trevor Bauer spent his Friday night as a math tutor on Twitter

So, how does perhaps the most interesting man in Major League Baseball spend his Friday evenings? Apparently, dishing out mathematical knowledge.

Trevor Bauer, best known as the Indians right-hander whose drone malfunction led to an ALCS finger hemorrhage on the mound, came to the rescue of a Twitter follower in distress.

We're not going to pretend to understand exactly what these two were discussing, but here's a sample of the dialogue:

More from FoxSports

@BauerOutage oh and also do you understand the slope of a line and y intercept? I have a math test coming up I don't get certain things

— Maddie Martin (@m_martin2021) November 12, 2016

@m_martin2021 for every 1 unit on the x axis go 2 units on the y axis. y intercept is where it crosses the y axis. Make y 0 and figure x.

— Trevor Bauer (@BauerOutage) November 12, 2016

@m_martin2021 that's correct but where did the 5 come from??

— Trevor Bauer (@BauerOutage) November 12, 2016

The good news: The equation had a happy ending:

@BauerOutage it did! I got the question right and I never would have without your help thank you you have no idea how much that meant to me

— Maddie Martin (@m_martin2021) November 12, 2016

Got all that? Didn't think so.