Modesto Nuts broadcaster Keaton Gillogly’s job requires him to do many things, but it hasn’t required him to sing.
Not until this year, at least.
“It’s low-key nerve-wracking,” said Gillogly, noting that he practices in the car on his 40-minute commute to the park. “I’m definitely out of my comfort zone here.”
The song in question is what’s collectively known as the Beef Boys Parody Anthem, and the reason Gillogly has to sing it so often is because one of the Beef Boys himself, Cal Raleigh, won’t stop hitting home runs.
Raleigh, the Mariners’ 2018 third-round draft pick, has been on an absolute tear lately.