Timmy Trumpet, the man behind the trumpet solo in Edwin Diaz‘s entrance song, Narco by Blasterjaxx, made an appearance last night at Citi Field, throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before the New York Mets took on the Los Angeles Dodgers.
He was scheduled to ultimately play his trumpet solo live if and when Diaz entered the game last night.
Diaz unfortunately did not enter the game, meaning Timmy Trumpet did not have a chance to play the solo live.
He did get to play “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” in the seventh inning stretch, but after the game last night, Timmy Trumpet said that he would be back for tonight’s game for another try.
Timmy Trumpet, on his way out of Citi, said he’s going to come back for another try tomorrow. #Mets
— David Lennon (@DPLennon) August 31, 2022
Timmy Returns For Another Round
We can only hope that Diaz actually comes into the game tonight.
It would be nice if the Mets just brought him in in the top of the ninth, regardless of the score.
That way, Timmy can do his trumpet solo live for everybody at Citi Field to hear.
That’s what fans were looking forward to last night.
Unfortunately, they were robbed of that moment thanks to the Mets not using Diaz.
But this is what fans want to see right now.
They want to see Timmy play his solo live as Diaz trots in from the bullpen, ready to throw some gas.
It would be a shame if the Mets didn’t use him again tonight, but it would be cool if they just decide to use him anyway so Timmy can do what the fans have been waiting for him to do.
We’ll see what the Mets decide to do tonight.
It’s good that he’s coming back for one more game at least so that he can perform the epic solo as Diaz comes into the game.