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Joey Bats 'Clutch Singles' music video debuts

Toronto Blue Jays All-Star Jose Bautista, who has hit more home runs than anyone in baseball (82) since the start of the 2010 season, is the subject of a new MLB Fan Cave music video project.

Watch the full version:


The Blue Jays slugger – who leads all of MLB with 28 home runs and will headline this year’s State Farm Home Run Derby class – is the focus of Major League Baseball’s debut “Clutch Singles” video. The video is a mash-up of Bautista highlights and comments set to original music produced in partnership by Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer Alex Cantrall and his partner, Jeff Hoeppner, and MLB’s ad agency of record, Hill Holliday.

The track makes reference to Bautista’s nickname, “Joey Bats,” and features comments made by Bautista in interviews and some lines he recorded for the track during a recent visit to the MLB Fan Cave. The .mp3 file for the “Clutch Single” track can be downloaded here. TO DOWNLOAD, right-click and "save as."

Watch the promo version:



Toronto Blue Jays All-Star Jose Bautista, who has hit more home runs than anyone in baseball (82) since the start of the 2010 season, is the subject of a new MLB Fan Cave music video project.

Watch the full version:


The Blue Jays slugger – who leads all of MLB with 28 home runs and will headline this year’s State Farm Home Run Derby class – is the focus of Major League Baseball’s debut “Clutch Singles” video. The video is a mash-up of Bautista highlights and comments set to original music produced in partnership by Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer Alex Cantrall and his partner, Jeff Hoeppner, and MLB’s ad agency of record, Hill Holliday.

The track makes reference to Bautista’s nickname, “Joey Bats,” and features comments made by Bautista in interviews and some lines he recorded for the track during a recent visit to the MLB Fan Cave. The .mp3 file for the “Clutch Single” track can be downloaded here. TO DOWNLOAD, right-click and "save as."

Watch the promo version: