Found July 24, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
via MLB.com With a 6-0 Tigers lead in the bottom of the eighth Wednesday, Tigers closer Joaquin Benoit figured he wouldn’t be needed.  So he did what any normal white guy would do when Young MC’s “Bust a Move” comes on the radio. The only problem – you aren’t white, Joaquin.  We’re going to need more. Benoit was actually called upon to finish the game in a non-save situation after Al Alburquerque allowed two runs in the bottom of the ninth.  The Tigers won the game 6-2.
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