There hasn’t been much, if anything, to cheer about if you’re a fan of the Oakland Athletics.
They sit in last place in the American League West with a 20-36 record.
But that doesn’t mean that good moments can’t take place here and there.
That also doesn’t mean that they can’t get creative at any point in the year.
Before a recent game against the Boston Red Sox, the A’s welcomed musician Caroline McCaskey, who is famous for turning the saw into a musical instrument.
McCaskey actually played the National Anthem on her saw, and MLB on FOX Sports tweeted a video of the unique performance.
We have never heard the National Anthem being played on a saw… until now 🪚🤯
— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) June 6, 2022
An Amazing Rendition
Who can say that they’ve ever heard the National Anthem played on a saw?
This was absolutely amazing and goes to show the talent of McCaskey.
It gave everybody a nice, unique perspective on the National Anthem.
It almost sounded like an alien version of the Star-Spangled Banner, but who says that’s a bad thing?
Change can do a little good.
But it’s fun to see the A’s go with a new style of performance for the National Anthem.
Until Sunday, few would have guessed that the saw, something that is used to cut wood and logs, could be used as a musical instrument.
People can do interesting things with inanimate objects, including turning them into instruments.
Honestly, it sounded quite good.
The talent level of somebody who can play the anthem on a saw has to be completely off the charts.
This may be a once in a lifetime experience for the fans that were in attendance.
It would be cool though if McCaskey went to every Major League ballpark to show fans all across baseball what she can do.