At this point, almost everybody is familiar with the song “Narco” by Blasterjaxx.
Last night, the man behind the famous trumpet solo, Timmy Trumpet, who is an avid Mets fan, was in attendance and actually got a chance to perform his solo live in front of the Citi Field crowd.
The fans in attendance lost their collective mind as Diaz trotted in from the bullpen.
MLB Network insider Jon Morosi was in attendance for the performance, and he got a pretty unique angle of Diaz’s entrance.
Morosi was right near the jumbotron and got a good shot of Timmy playing his solo on the big screen.
— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) September 1, 2022
That might be one of the better views in the house.
He was all around excited Mets fans who cheered and clapped for their dominant closer as he entered the game to Timmy Trumpet.
Mets fans have fallen in love with the song and look forward to it each night when they have a lead and Diaz is prepared to come into the ballgame.
It certainly is a lot of fun for them, but it had to have been fun for Morosi as well, having gotten a chance to be right in the thick of it, live in New York City.
He, like everyone else, was waiting in anticipation for Diaz to enter and for the trumpet to sound.
And there he was, right in the middle of it, experiencing one of the best views in the house.
Diaz’s entrance might be the best in all of baseball.
It’s something that all the fans love, not just in New York, but all around baseball.