Songs for the Sox, and the Mets

Courtesy of Baseball Think Factory, it seems that film score composer John Williams (Star Wars, E.T., Schindler’s List, Home Alone) has composed a theme song for the Red Sox, called “Fanfare for Fenway.”

Contrast with the Mets’ new theme song. (Link not safe for, uh, anybody who has eaten recently. Sorry.)




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  1. nu billy baroo says:

    thats what the dastardly mets get for the horror they caused in 86

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  2. poopchute says:

    lest we forget “get metsmerized”, the lesser-known anthem of the 86 mets

    man that teuffel has got some sweet rhymes

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