Here's the MLB-themed music festival lineup you've always dreamed of
You know how you can tell summer is just around the corner? People are planning Spring Training trips and music festival lineups are breaking the Internet every other day. That got us thinking that it's crazy that MLB has never held its own music festival to celebrate the greatest sounds the game has to offer.
So, for your amusement, we went ahead and curated the most entertaining sounds of the game for the inaugural MLB Managerella Music Festival, a weekend of audible entertainment and low hygenic standards.* B.Y.O. glowsticks, y'all.
Millennials Quoting "The Sandlot" - Comedians Scream-Singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" - Josh Reddick's Walk-Up Music - Modern Baseball - The Death Cab For Cutie Guy Singing About Ichiro - Neil Diamond at Fenway Park - Jose Reyes' Rap Career - The Joe DiMaggio Line From "We Didn't Start the Fire" - The Bobby Thomson Home Run Call - Tri-City Dust Devils - Peanut Vendors Who Don't Put Spaces Between Their Words - Da Dadadadada CHARGE! - That John Fogerty Song
James Earl Jones' "Field of Dreams" Monologue - Quad Cities River Bandits - Omar Vizquel Covering The Goo-Goo Dolls
Little Big League - The Joe DiMaggio Line From "Mrs. Robinson" - Deion Sanders' Rap Career - Nashville Sounds - Mike Studd - Sandfrog - Frank Sinatra After a Yankees Win - Spoken Word Set From Gary Busey as Chet Steadman - The Isotopes - TV Analysts Mispronouncing "Cespedes" - Vin Scully Telling Stories From the '60s - DJ Hey Beef
Singers Botching the Words to "God Bless America" - College Kids Quoting "Eastbound and Down" - The Roy Campanella Line From "We Didn't Start the Fire" - "There's No Crying in Baseball" - The Baseball Project - Carolina Mudcats - Lou Gehrig's "Luckiest Man" Speech - Jimmy Rollins' Rap Career - Stickfigure - Todd Snider's Song About the Dock Ellis No Hitter - Blooper Montage Set to the "Benny Hill" Theme - Hudson Valley Renegades - The Say Anything Album From Before They Were Hipster Famous
*MLB's Managerella Music Festival isn't actually a thing