The song is slightly repetitive, but it is undeniably catchy. It is not on the level of Call Me Maybe, but it is close. Unfortunately, I am liable to get a song stuck in my head and hum it at inappropriate times. I apologize in advance to my family for singing Hawt Corner for the rest of week.
Let’s just admit it, this commercial is a little strange. However, seeing Charlie Furbush and Tom Wilhelmsen rock out with 80’s wigs and sunglasses is worth watching. I also can’t help but laugh when Seags is on the bench and says, “Please don’t do that.”
Seager won his first gold glove in 2014, and if anyone is deserving of having a song about their prowess defending third base, it is Seags. He is the best defender at the “Hawt Corner” for the Mariners since Adrian Beltre, and he has a chance to one day surpass him.
Quick side note: is it not a bit ironic that the theme song for Kyle Seager is sung by a hair band rip off from the 80’s? You know, because Seager is…folically challenged. Don’t get me wrong, I love Seags, but he’s bald as a billiard ball.
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