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Oh Say Can You Sing? Music Recordings By Major League Baseball Players

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This two disc package (audio CD & DVD in a standard jewel case) features ten current Major League Baseball Players plus Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith singing popular songs (It also includes two original hip-hop tracks). The DVD contains player recording footage plus extensive interviews. Not a novelty release - this CD features solid performances with top notch production. This is a fully licensed product of Major League Baseball and the Players Association.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Ben Broussard (Cleveland Indians): Vocals & Guitar on U2's "With or Without You"
  2. Sean Casey (Cincinnati Reds/2004 All Star): Vocals on Toby Keith's "How Do You Like Me Now?"
  3. Jeff Conine (Florida Marlins/Two Time World Series Champion): Vocals on Stone Temple Pilot's "Plush"
  4. Coco Crisp (Cleveland Indians): Rap on his original track "We Got That Thing"
  5. Matt Ginter (New York Mets): Banjo on The Dillards "Dooley"
  6. Aubrey Huff (Tampa Bay Devil Rays): Vocals on John Michael Montgomery's "Letters From Home"
  7. Scott Linebrink (San Diego Padres): Vocals & Guitar on Pat Green's "Wave on Wave"
  8. Jimmy Rollins (Philadelphia Phillies): Rap on his original track "Wish List"
  9. Ozzie Smith (Hall of Fame, 12 Gold Glove Awards): Vocals on Sam Cooke's "Cupid"
  10. Omar Vizquel (San Francisco Giants): Vocals & Drums on The Goo Goo Dolls "Broadway"
  11. Kelly Wunsch (Los Angeles Dodgers): Vocals & Guitar on John Mellencamp's "Hurts So Good"

Disc: 2

  1. DVD: Player Recording Footage Plus Exclusive Interviews


Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 3, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: May 3, 2005
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Good Sports
  • ASIN: B0009INJ24
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #216,092 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Marianne Lins on May 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
No matter what kind of music you like, this cd has something for everyone. It would make a great gift for a baseball fan, but I just love the variety all together in one place. The recordings are great! I especially love Coco Crisp's (Cleveland Indians) original rap called "We got that thing". I wouldn't be surprised if it became a hit on national radio.

I'm in L.A. and Kelly Wunsch (Dodgers) does a great version of John Mellencamp's 'Hurts so good'. And then there is Omar Vizquel's version of 'Broadway' by the Goo Goo Dolls in his own accent! It's really fun! And if you like country music, there are some great selections there too. Check it out. You can hear a bit of all of it at the production company's site - goodsportsrecordings.com
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I love this cd because i am coco's number one fan. The music was great. Ben's and Omar's songs were great, and "Hurts so good" was also cool. This cd is a must buy.
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The vocals on this CD are actually much better than I expected. I mean, they are baseball players first and then singers second (I assume). But they all did a fine job and I think my favorite would be Coco Crisp - he really gets down! The CD represents a wide range of styles, too - country, rap, hip hop, blues, rock, and will delight any musical baseball fan. I'd say this selection defintely hits a home run with this listener.
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I was surprised at how well these guys could sing! I think they all have great voices, plus it was nice to see these guys out of uniform. Even though I don't like rap Coco & Jimmy songs were pretty fun to listen too. I also loved Aubury Huff's verison of "Letters From Home". I think this is a must buy for any baseball fan!
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