Found May 26, 2013 on Hall of Very Good:
Ever wondered who helps program the music at the stadium? Thankfully for the Arizona Diamondbacks, they've got Brandon McCarthy to help out.  When asked for suggestions, the righty responded with the following: Jingle Bells - Bobcat Goldthwait does Christmas Anything by John Philip Sousa Mambo #5 A six minute recording of Cahill breathing through his nose Only Time - Enya Birthday Song - 2 Chainz (MTV Unplugged Version!) A 20 minute loop of the Microsoft error noise Deadmaus' remix of Josh Groban's "Higher" Kottonmouth Kings' cover of Angel by Sarah McLachlan Ying Yang Twins (Deep Tracks Only) Happy Birthday - sung by Lindsey Lohan impersonating Marilyn Monroe 1 long John Goodman fart A Dane Cook comedy album on mute A recording of mall Santa swearing at kids under his breath Jay-Z Now, I'm not sure which suggestion is my favorite, but it should make for an interesting evening at the ballpark.
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