Big Boi and Ronald Acuña Jr. may have just created a new anthem for the city of Atlanta
The postseason is a time for baseball's best and brightest stars to shine. The focus is clear, the stakes raised, and the eyes of a city rest upon its team, fans hoping to see their favorite guys come through when it matters the most.
In Atlanta, all eyes are on Ronald Acuña Jr. and the Braves, who opened their NL Division Series showdown with the Cardinals on Thursday at SunTrust Park. The club is riding high after easily winning the NL East, and is hungry for much more.
One of Atlanta's proudest residents, OutKast hip-hop legend Big Boi, is especially hyped for the Braves' October quest, and he'd like you to be, as well:
That'll give anybody chills.
Big Boi, essentially an ambassador to all things ATL as he's demonstrated throughout his career, is no stranger to Braves-related excitement, as he helped get out the word out on the All-Star candidacy of Ozzie Albies and Dansby Swanson earlier this summer:
If the attentive eyes of a renowned hip-hop icon isn't enough extra motivation for the Braves to win it all this October, I don't know what is.
Adrian Garro joined MLB.com in 2016. Throughout his travels, both Bartolo Colon and Vin Scully have placed their hands on his shoulders. Not at the same time, though. That'd be amazing.