The Braves sounded off triumph trumpets for the Mets’ woes Sunday.
Within the midst of a rain delay towards the Marlins, and to the information of the Nationals profitable a sequence towards the NL East-leading Mets, Atlanta’s Truist Park performed Blasterjaxx and Timmy Trumpet’s “Narco.”
The horn-infused hit serves as Mets closer Edwin Diaz’s walkout song and as a rallying anthem for the Citi Subject trustworthy. Lately, Trumpet even graced Mets fans along with his presence to play out Diaz final Wednesday.
With its viral reputation this season attributable to Diaz’s reemergence as one of many league’s high closers, rival NL East teams have also used it to poke fun at the Mets — simply as Atlanta did on Sunday.
Braves catcher William Contreras additionally makes use of ‘Narco’ as his walk-up music, however Trumpet and Blasterjaxx endorsed Diaz’s exclusive use of the song last week.
With the Mets’ back-to-back blowout losses towards a bottomfeeding Nationals group, Atlanta inches nearer to the highest of the NL East by just one.5 video games.