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Thread: We may have Charlie Sheen, but the Cards have Hamm

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    Re: We may have Charlie Sheen, but the Cards have Hamm

    Since it seems appropriate, Fay tweeted last night that Sheen was at game 2 of the NLDS and they showed him on the jumbotron in Reds gear and the crowd booed.

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    Re: We may have Charlie Sheen, but the Cards have Hamm

    Quote Originally Posted by dsmith421 View Post
    I can't be the only one that would prefer the UC Marching Band or something to a parade of D-list singers.

    Granted I'm not going to spend much time complaining about the singer of the national anthem at a REDS HOME PLAYOFF GAME.
    Darius Rucker is most definitely not a D list singer.

    By the way, only in Cincinnati would Nick Lachey keep Darius Rucker from singing the National Anthem.

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    Re: We may have Charlie Sheen, but the Cards have Hamm

    Quote Originally Posted by Edd Roush View Post
    Darius Rucker is most definitely not a D list singer.
    D-List might be kind.

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    Re: We may have Charlie Sheen, but the Cards have Hamm

    Quote Originally Posted by Edd Roush View Post
    Darius Rucker is most definitely not a D list singer.

    By the way, only in Cincinnati would Nick Lachey keep Darius Rucker from singing the National Anthem.
    Does Peter Frampton still live in Cincinnati? He did the National Anthem with his guitar and talkbox once. I'd pick him over Lachey and Rucker.
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    Re: We may have Charlie Sheen, but the Cards have Hamm

    Quote Originally Posted by Yachtzee View Post
    Does Peter Frampton still live in Cincinnati? He did the National Anthem with his guitar and talkbox once. I'd pick him over Lachey and Rucker.
    I believe he moved away last year following a divorce.

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    Re: We may have Charlie Sheen, but the Cards have Hamm

    Quote Originally Posted by dsmith421 View Post
    I can't be the only one that would prefer the UC Marching Band or something to a parade of D-list singers.

    Granted I'm not going to spend much time complaining about the singer of the national anthem at a REDS HOME PLAYOFF GAME.
    Either of those guys has to be better than the first World Series game in 1990 when a banjo player played the National Anthem. Made the rest of the country think Cincinnati was where they filmed Deliverance.
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    Re: We may have Charlie Sheen, but the Cards have Hamm

    I only know Hamm from the Doug Loves Movies podcast. I am not the sharpest tool in the shed, but I guess I should have figured out by now that a different Doug was hosting that show.


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