Take a listen to these 10 Grammy-worthy MLB musical performances
10 Grammy-worthy performances by MLB stars
In honor of the 57th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, here's a list of 10 memorable music performances in recent baseball history. Dance along if you'd like, but please, no twerking.
Steve Sax in a wig, Vin Scully dancing ... The Dodgers get Marvelous in 1985:
Bernie Williams, a Latin Grammy nominee, strums the national anthem before a Nets game:
Jason Kipnis pays tribute to Adele in between pitches:
Tommy Lasorda gives us a little taste of Sinatra:
Trevor Bauer spits HARD about the Indians' hopes of winning a World Series on "Gutter to the Grail":
Who doesn't want to hear Ken Griffey Jr. rap?
The Rays rookies perform "Call Me Maybe" in 2012 ... while wearing onesies:
And finally, here are the Mets delivering some good ole' fashioned holiday cheer:
This post originally published Jan. 26, 2014.