The New York Mets have really turned their image around in recent seasons.
Ever since Steve Cohen took over the team two seasons ago, he vowed to overhaul the entire franchise and make it a serious contender.
He and his team have achieved that, but the Mets’ recent success goes well beyond the field these days.
They are also a marketing hit.
The Mets, Blasterjaxx, and Timmy Trumpet all helped each other this year, as New York’s closer Edwin Diaz uses a song named “Narco”, performed by those artists, as his entrance song before going into games.
Fans cheer and dance at the catchy trumpet, and each time the song is played at Citi Field, one of the most dominant closers in baseball goes out there to dominate the opposition.
Diaz has a 1.40 ERA and 28 saves so far this season, so “Narco” is quite the lucky charm.
Timmy Trumpet Will Be In Attendance At Citi Field
As it turns out, Timmy Trumpet is invited to witness tonight’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Citi Field.
Not only that: he will throw the ceremonial first pitch and will be available, together with Diaz, to the media before the game.
Here is the best part: if Diaz enters the game, Timmy Trumpet will perform his entrance song… live.
We are ready🎺🎺🎺🎺🎺
— Edwin Diaz (@SugarDiaz39) August 29, 2022
Timmy Trumpet and Diaz are ready to rock.
Fans, of course, will also be, in the event they get to enjoy a live performance.
They will enjoy good music, and a good ol’ dominating showing on the mound, too, courtesy of one MLB’s hottest duos.
What else do the Mets have in store for the Dodgers series?
We will all have to wait and see.