Timmy Trumpet plays live entry music for Edwin Díaz, which thrills and drives the crowd mad in exci
There aren't numerous things that satisfy everyone's expectations. In any case, Timmy Trumpet's live version,
of New York Mets closer Edwin Diaz's stroll up melody 'Narco' set the world swirling on Wednesday night against the Los Angeles Dodgers
Edwin Diaz, who procured the save in the Mets' 2-1 win, has one of the most mind-blowing entry melodies,
utilized by a reliever since Mariano Rivera's 'Enter Sandman' by Metallica. The melody was entertaining to everyone.
Edwin Díaz enters to the trumpeting hints of "Narco" by Australian performer Timmy Trumpet which perhaps made his wi
"I think I could feel the difference," Díaz told reporters. "Everybody was getting into it. It was really fun to watch."
Timmy Trumpet, whose genuine name is Timothy Smith, had never seen a Major League Baseball match-up face to face before this week.
"But I can tell you," Smith (Timmy Trumpet) said, "I can assure you, I'm officially a Met
s fan for life."
"It's absolutely insane," Smith said regarding Díaz's entrance. "It's incredibly humbling and a great honor that a world-class athlete is using my song as inspiration to run on that pitch
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