Last night, New York Mets fans finally got to experience Timmy Trumpet play his iconic trumpet solo from the song “Narco” live as closer Edwin Diaz made his way to the mound to finish off the Los Angeles Dodgers.
He had come on Tuesday night and thrown out the first pitch.
There were plans for him to play his solo on Tuesday, but Diaz did not enter the game at any point.
Last night though, Mets fans finally got their wish.
But if the Mets are going to make a deep run into the postseason, they might want to hire Timmy Trumpet to play his solo every time Diaz enters the ballgame.
Jared Carrabis certainly thinks so.
The Mets need to hire Timmy Trumpet through the end of October. I’m dead serious. He needs to do this for every appearance the rest of the way. pic.twitter.com/aa7ZSIsDFY
— Jared Carrabis (@Jared_Carrabis) September 1, 2022
A New Rallying Cry
That would be a fun little touch added to the postseason.
Mets fans would love it and you know Timmy would enjoy playing his trumpet live at a playoff game.
That could eventually turn into a little rallying cry for the Mets, similarly to how the San Francisco Giants turned Steve Perry singing into one during their 2014 World Series run.
This would be a great way to get the crowd pumped up.
It would certainly be a lot of fun for everyone involved.
Imagine if Diaz gets the ball in the ninth inning in Game 7 of the World Series at home.
The whole city of New York would lose its collective mind as Diaz trots out to the mound and Timmy plays his epic, iconic solo.
This is definitely something the Mets should consider.
Every home game the rest of the way for the Mets would bring a sellout crowd and a ton of cheers and excitement for an epic moment.