How Did Timmy Trumpet Help The Mets Beat The Dodgers In August?

Share Market Daily Writer By Mahesh Limbani Published September 1, 2022

Timmy Trumpet performed "Narcos" live during Edwin Diaz's entrance during the Mets' 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday night at Citi Field. Another legitimate moment had passed.

In case you were on Twitter when Diaz walked out, you might have thought it was Queen at Live Aid, which is fitting, as this song effectively becomes Queen's "We Are The Champions."

I probably sounded more like a dig than intended since watching someone play trumpet for 30 seconds was pretty damn cool and only happens with good sports.

The adoption of songs by teams, fans, franchises, etc. can sometimes become a tradition. Why have Wisconsin students been jumping around since 1998? No. Is it a lot of fun for them? Yes.

In future posts about the Mets, I might consider calling Timmy Trumpet "Mr. Trumpet" instead of just "Trumpet."

Last night was his first baseball game, and he played "Take Me Out to the Ballgame." How long will he stay? There are some who believe he shouldn't

While it's ridiculous, it's also a legitimate suggestion. What is the next step for Timmy Trumpet and the Mets? While the Mets had a great moment and beat the Dodgers, it was still August.

I'm not sure what the technical term is, but whatever the ring finger touches on the trumpet, they'll need this in October.

Is Steve Cohen wealthy enough to make an internationally touring DJ the team's in-house trumpet player just to perform 30 seconds every night? Yeah, I guess.

During the MLB postseason, he is scheduled to perform at a festival in San Diego on October 9th, and then he only has three more dates announced through November 5th, when he will play Beyond Monterrey in Mexico. 

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