Found October 05, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Taylor Swift
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox

From NESN:

Cardinals fans have a right to be excited about the postseason. And a few fans dedicated an awesome parody for their beloved team. It really seems like a lot of hard work went into this one.

In "Cardinals are Going, Going, Going to the World Series," (a "Video and lyrics by Katie, Cori, Ashley and Jill"), a group of Cards fans take Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" song and twist it into a World Series jam, as seen above.


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7 Comments:
  • Wow... let's see - after I got done cleaning the blood from inside of my ears, I really don't know what to say. I will just leave it at: please, please leave the singing duties to the professionals. I don't EVER, EVER, EVER want to hear that parody jingle again!
  • Didn't realize Simon Cowell was keeping track of enthusiastic Cardinal fans.
    ...point being, this was not meant as a proffessional gig. It's a very well done Cardinal tribute! Those who live in Cardinal Nation, regardless of mailing address, would know that.
    Frankly, we thought it was pretty good, and the comments I heard as people were watching it were that "they aren't bad singers, either!"
  • its baseball...
  • Good job, gals! I thought it was terrific. Hopefully, the team will see it and continue the wins all the way. 12 in '12 in 12. GO CARDS!
  • I agree with relevant. this was a hard one to listen to. ouch.
  • From one STL Cardinal Fan to another...AWESOME!
    It was great...Love it Girls...you did a terrific job! ;)
    GO CARDS...Yes, 2012 WORLD SERIES HERE WE COME!
  • Less than 24 hours till the next chance to continue Fall Ball for the Cards!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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