Baseball teams in Japan have awesome theme songs that get the fans rocking out and all juiced up to root on the home team.

It seems that the New York Mets decided they needed an official team song this year as well.  But what the came up with was, well…how do I put this? Let’s just say that in the whole of the world, only the exact people who came up with this song could come up with a song as awful as this, and they were born to do it.

Apparently, earlier this season the song was played often during games to rile up the fans, but was banished to the pregame this month after repeated fan complaints and several online petitions.

One Response to “The horror! The horror!”

  1. Coley Ward says:

    I love it! I’m going to be singing that song in line at the supermarket, in meetings, in my car…everywhere. New-York-Mets! Our team-Our time!

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