Well, Pat Neshek, a self-proclaimed metal head who had some bumper music that my generation would probably never think of playing on the old car 8-track, got a new bumper song the other night...
But first, a whopper of a video on the screen when Pat enters the game. He throws with his pseudo push-sidearm delivery and the ball heads towards home plate, takes a detour through downtown and follows the river, ending back in the stadium amidst a swinging strike from the batter.
And throughout it all, the Twins play "Love Shack" -- which like "Wild Thing" in MAJOR LEAGUE, they probably hope fans will start shouting "Ne-Shak! Or something along that line.
So what do you think...should players have total control of their bumper music/sounds, or if something "marketable" pops up, the team gets to do as they please!?
On that note, how about when the Piranhas are batting shouldn't we hear the "Jaws" da-dup, da-dup, da-dup, da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-etc." I'm sure the fans would get into that...too!