Timmy Trumpet Helped the Mets Beat the Dodgers in August, But Where Do They Go From Here?

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Timmy Trumpet performed "Narcos" live during Edwin Diaz's entrance on Wednesday night as the New York Mets closed the door on a 2-1 win in front of a ability over the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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If you were on Twitter when Diaz walked out, you might have thought it was the Queen in Live Aid, which is apt because if the Mets are somehow able to ride the Timmy Trumpet.

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Edwin Diaz to the World Series This song will basically be the Queens version of "We're the Champions." surfaced online last night after watching it

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I tweeted that "only sports fans can convince themselves that watching someone trumpet for 30 seconds is the biggest thing they've ever seen." "It may seem more than digging.

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Teams, fans, franchises etc. have fun to adopt songs and sometimes have the potential to turn into tradition. Does it make sense that Wisconsin students have been jumping around since 1998? No

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Timmy Trumpet (whom I can't just call "Trumpet" but might consider calling him "Mr. Trumpet" in a future post about the Mets) was actually in the game on Tuesday night.

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It was his first baseball game to date and he played "Take Me Out to the Ballgame," but without any saving opportunity, he decided to return last night. Will he ever leave? Some people think he shouldn't.

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This is ridiculous, but also a valid suggestion. Where do Timmy Trumpet and mets go from here? The Mets had a great moment and won over the Dodgers, but it was still August.

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