Sep 19th, 2008 // 3 Comments

Why don’t we pin our Semi-Inevitable Second-To-Last-Weekend-Of-The-Season Baseball Thread to this analysis of the Mets’ at-bat music? Just look at Fernando Tatis talk about why he comes (well, came) to the plate to the strains of the theme to Superman: “I don’t care. I don’t even know what it sounds like. Somebody was joking with me. I have no idea. They just put it on and play it.” [MLB.com]

  1. Dead Air ummm Dead Air

    Brian Schneider has “In the Air Tonight” by Phil Collins…the Mets deserve everything they get.

  2. Anonymous

    Tatis sure didn’t look like Superman when he separated his shoulder on Tuesday night.

    I think the best entrance music I heard this year was Dimitri Young coming out the The D.O.C. “It’s Funky Enough”. Great cut that you don’t hear enough, surprising to hear it at a stadium where you hear the same songs all the time.

  3. LeBron

    I enjoy Mike Pelfrey using “What I Like About You” — which was pretty ironic early in the season before he stopped being terrible, since prior to that nobody actually even remotely liked the guy. (I now think he’s wonderful)

    I also think Jose Reyes used to use some song that actually had his name in the chorus, which is like something out of professional wrestling. In a good way.

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