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What is Edwin Diaz’s closer song?

What is Edwin Diaz’s closer song? \n”,”providerName”:”Twitter”,”providerUrl”:””,”type”:”rich”,”width”:550,”__typename”:”ExternalEmbedContent”},”$ROOT_QUERY.getForgeContentBySlug({\”locale\”:\”en-us\”,\”slug\”:\”edwin-diaz-closer-song\”,\”type\”:\”story\”}).parts.2″:{“data”:{“type”:”id”,”generated”:true,”id”:”$ROOT_QUERY.getForgeContentBySlug({\”locale\”:\”en-us\”,\”slug\”:\”edwin-diaz-closer-song\”,\”type\”:\”story\”})”,”typename”:”ExternalEmbedContent”},”type”:”oembed”,”__typename”:”ExternalEmbed”},”$ROOT_QUERY.getForgeContentBySlug({\”locale\”:\”en-us\”,\”slug\”:\”edwin-diaz-closer-song\”,\”type\”:\”story\”}).parts.3″:{“content”:”If you can believe it, closer walkout songs have been around since 1972 — when Sparky Lyle first used \”Pomp and Circumstance\” for the Yankees. There have since been many others: Trevor Hoffman’s \”Hells Bells,\” Dennis Eckersley’s \”Bad to the Bone\” and Mariano Rivera’s legendary walkout to \”Enter Sandman.\” …

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Mets TV broadcast made Edwin Díaz’s trumpet entrance look like a movie

Placeholder while article actions load “It is time,” SNY play-by-play man Gary Cohen said Sunday after New York Mets center fielder Brandon Nimmo grounded out to end the eighth inning at Citi Field, “to sound the trumpets.” Rather than go to commercial, as is customary between innings, SNY director John DeMarsico cut to a shot …

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