The New York Mets‘ 2022 season didn’t quite end the way they, or fans, hoped.
They lost a division lead they had held for months in the final stages of the season, forcing them to play the Wild Card round instead of getting a first-round bye.
They lost that round against the San Diego Padres and were sent home earlier than expected.
However, there were also some positives.
Fans got to see the Jacob deGrom – Max Scherzer 1-2 punch, and also the electrifying Starling Marte.
Francisco Lindor had a good bounceback year, and Jeff McNeil showed his best version, too.
They also got to see a historically dominant season from their closer, Edwin Diaz.
Not only did Diaz dominate on the mound, but his cool entrance song, “Narco” by Blasterjaxx and Timmy Trumpet, brought the latter to the Mets’ family.
As the league admired Diaz’s cool entrance song, the Mets brought in the very same artist who performed it to Citi Field to do it live.
A Member Of The Mets Family
Fans loved it.
Starting from that moment, Timmy Trumpet and Diaz were seen together, taking pictures, and helping each other reach fame in other spaces.
“CONGRATS to @SugarDiaz39 and to the NY @Mets!! I’m so happy for you and your family #LGM,” Timmy Trumpet wrote via Twitter.
— Timmy Trumpet (@TimmyTrumpet) November 10, 2022
Timmy Trumpet is congratulating Diaz for signing a life-changing contract, worth $102 million over five years.
He certainly earned it on the mound, as he had a minuscule 1.31 ERA in 62 frames.
He struck out an incredible 118 hitters, too, by far the best mark in the league among closers.
Timmy Trumpet is already a member of the Mets family, and family is there to enjoy the good and the bad moments.
This is certainly a good one for Diaz.