9 Musicians Who Could've Played Major League Baseball

From sweet-swinging rappers to hard-tossing indie rockers – and lots of country stars – here's who had the chops to suit up on Opening Day

Honorable Mention: John Fogerty
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Honorable Mention: John Fogerty

OK, so the Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman was never scouted by a major league team. Instead, Fogerty is the man responsible for the single greatest baseball song of all time. His 1985 hit "Centerfield" has become a staple in ballparks everywhere and perfectly captures the spirit of the game – so much so that, in 2010, it earned Fogerty the distinction of being the only musician ever honored by the Baseball Hall of Fame. Beat that, "Take Me Out to the Ball Game."

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