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Bases are loaded
Two out and you're at the plate
Time to start swinging
Don't think too hard, son, you'll be great

You know about pressure
Two down and you're on the brink
The stadium's shouting
So loud you can't hear yourself think

(Strike one)
Let's play ball
(Strike two)
One bad call

Just up from the minors
A kid with potential, they said
You've dreamed of this moment
One game you'll never forget

(Ball)
Ball one, now you spit
(Ball)
Ball two, where's that hit?

Bottom of the ninth, it depends on you
You can save the game, you can lose it too
You could make your name when you get that hit
Winners never quit waiting for that hit

Remember in high school
The way you could knock 'em all dead?
Now you're in the big league
A man with a price on his head

The pitcher is winding
You pop behind third, it falls safe
You're getting your timing
Another like that, you're on base

(Ball)
Ball three, this is it
(Foul ball)
Foul back, where's that hit?

Here you are at Shea, your heart's in your throat
Will you make the grade? Will you miss the boat?
Hero of the day, hero or the goat?
Winners never quit waiting for that hit
Where's that hit?



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