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Edwin Diaz the ‘official’ MLB ‘Narco’ user

The Dutch DJ duo behind Citi Field favourite “Narco” endorse Edwin Diaz’s unique use of their viral hit music with Timmy Trumpet.

Idir Makhlaf, certainly one of the two members of Blasterjaxx, instructed MLB Network that some other participant utilizing the music as his walkup music, corresponding to catcher William Contreras of the Braves, ought to discover one other tune.

“For us, Edwin is the official one, that’s for sure,” Makhlaf said on MLB Network’s “Off Base” program this week. “You can’t have more, right? That’s impossible. You have to choose your own song.”

Makhlaf and accomplice Thom Jongkind instructed The Post’s “Amazin’ But True” podcast with Jake Brown and former Mets pitcher Nelson Figueroa final month that they’re attempting to rearrange Visa paperwork to journey from The Netherlands to New York later this season, probably throughout the postseason.

Timmy Trumpet, their collaborator on the music, was in attendance at Citi Field for 2 video games earlier this week and performed his “Narco” trumpet half whereas Diaz ran in from the bullpen throughout Wednesday’s recreation towards the Dodgers. Diaz didn’t pitch the earlier evening, however Trumpet performed “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” throughout the seventh-inning stretch.

Edwin Diaz’s use of ‘Narco’ is Blasterjaxx’s solely endorsed one at the MLB stage.
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William Contreras #24 of the Atlanta Braves reacts as he rounds the bases on his home run during the 9th inning.
Braves star William Contreras makes use of Blasterjaxx’s ‘Narco’ as his walk-up music.
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Blasterjaxx perform during the Ultra Music Festival
Blasterjaxx carry out throughout the Ultra Music Festival
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“I tried to look up a little bit when I was running to see how the reaction was from the fans, so I looked up and it was pretty fun,” Diaz stated after Wednesday’s recreation. “I may really feel the vibe from the followers. They had been actually excited.

“He said he would come back to play in the World Series again.”

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