At the Dodgers’ ring ceremony, Bronson Arroyo praises Walker Buehler for singing ‘Wonderwall’
… Anyway, here’s “Wonderwall.”
Strange baseball, man. Either way, there is always a hijinx mode, somewhere, somehow.
A few days ago, the cubs turned their bridge into an IHOP, Celebrating a home race with waffle maker along with Joc Pederson. Nicholas Castellanos was penalized for flexing. Noah Syndergaard can’t see the Mets. Seriously, weird.
So it’s no surprise that baseball didn’t take long for Friday to be a weird one. The Dodgers were presented with World Series rings before playing against National, and former major league pitcher Bronson Arroyo attended. Arroyo – who never played for Dodge, not even a Californian – sang a lively rendition of “Wonderwall” and gave a long, awkward speech to Walker Buehler.
* Very vocal by Dave Letterman. *
Ladies and gentlemen, here’s Bronson Arroyo!
Arroyo’s full speech to Buehler:
Walker Buehler – I knew there was something special about you when I met you, man. You and Mike Leake are the only two guys who have given me that feeling. You’re humble, you’re a little shy inside, and I knew you were going to have a great big league career; When you were 25, you won the World Series yourself. I wanted that. I took Dave Roberts there when I was 28 to win one with your old director, and he’s a good man. Make sure you give her love.
Arroyo then begins to walk away with the success of Oasis’s “Wonderwall,” the joy of the next karaoke binge waiting for college students drunk with white claws across the country.
Arroyo, an MLB pitcher known for his hair and great winds, is a well-known guitarist now, and he’s actually pretty good, if there’s any indication of his “Wonderwall” repetition.
We need a full story about what was going on here and the relationship between Buehler and Arroyo.
There are many words that can encapsulate this occurrence, but we will leave it with this: What the hell?