Troy Tulowitzki responds to sign stealing accusations with Ace of Base's 'The Sign'
Tulowitzki responds to sign stealing with Ace of Base
Ace of Base: Great for '90s dance parties and, apparently, sign stealing retorts.
On Tuesday, Giants broadcaster (and songsmith in his own right) Mike Krukow said that Troy Tulowitzki must be "getting signs. There is no way you can hit like that, for this long. I mean, if you hit .571, that's for a weekend or a week. But you don't do it for six weeks. That's insane."
Rather than respond with words, Tulowitzki made his statement with his at-bat music. Against the Giants on Thursday afternoon, Tulowitzki walked to the plate with the soothing sounds of "The Sign" by Ace of Base soundtracking his steps.
In response to accusations of sign stealing, Troy Tulowitzki is using "I Saw The Sign" as his walk-up song today. Not kidding.- David (@TwittinSports) May 22, 2014
No word on if Ace of Base's "Everytime it Rains" was played when the game was suspended in the bottom of the sixth.
(h/t Sporting News)