Aug. 6, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA: Detailed view of a Tampa Bay Rays helmet on the field against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Joan Jett does player introductions for the Tampa Bay Rays (Video)


 

 

Joan Jett loves rock and roll…and introducing Tampa Bay Rays as they step to the plate. Player intros are right up Joan’s alley. She hates herself for loving player intros.

Why was Joan Jett doing player intros at the Rays game, you ask? She had a concert after the game, and I guess she always wanted to do player intros. Or someone asked her and she agreed to do it for the hell of it. I really don’t know.

The reasons don’t really matter anyway. The important thing is that Joan Jett is the coolest person on earth and her presence is always a positive. Everything is better with more Joan Jett.

It has been scientifically proven that if Joan Jett enters a room, that room immediately becomes 215% more rock and roll. Joan could walk into a room full of the biggest dorks imaginable – Bill James and a bunch of Sabermetrics dorks, say – and even those people would become somewhat rock and roll just by their proximity to Joan.

You can’t argue with me on any of this. This is all proven scientific fact.

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