By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Music singer Robin Thicke is having a mini concert at Dodger Stadium on Saturday.
Thicke will perform a three song concert, before the Los Angeles Dodgers take on long-time rival, the San Francisco Giants. Before his concert, he was on the field during batting practice meeting the Dodgers.
“We are very excited to welcome mega-artist Robin Thicke to Dodger Stadium and partner with Interscope in presenting this very special pre-game performance as part of the Dodgers’ Opening Weekend,” said Lon Rosen, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Los Angeles Dodgers. “Robin is a magnificent, iconic performer, who is perfect to help our club launch the start of another thrilling year of Dodger baseball.
“We look forward to continuing to offer our fans exceptional entertainment at Dodger Stadium that complements our dynamic play on the field.”
During his concert, he will sing “Blurred Lines” as one of the three songs, which was a hit in the Dodgers clubhouse last season. This is also his first-ever performance at a Baseball Stadium in his career.
Once his concert is over, he will throw out the ceremonial first pitch, and will officially start the game by saying, “It’s time for Dodger baseball.”
“Born and raised in Los Angeles, I have been a Dodger fan my whole life,” said Robin Thicke. “Very excited to help bring in what we all hope will be a championship season.”
Last night, the Giants took game one of the three game set, as they won 8-4. David Huff was the winning pitcher, while Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu picked up the loss.
The Dodgers and Giants will play game 2 at 4:30 pm EST today. The telecast will take place on Fox Sports 1, before going into MLB Whiparound.
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