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An aged Casey answers the call and fills the role surprisingly well, culminating with him hitting the game-winning home run, in his first swing at bat. He then reveals his identity to the Hound Dog - Jerry Lee Lewis - The Great Ball Of Fire (CD) fans and players. Of the many parodies made of the poem, some of the notable ones include:. Casey Stengel describes in his autobiography how his original nickname "K.
It was influenced not just by the name of the poem, which was widely popular in the s, but also because he tended to strike out frequently in his early career so fans and writers started calling him "strikeout Casey". Enter the Gungeon features a weapon called "Casey," taking the form of a baseball bat. The quote "Batting. A baseball-themed episode of The Twilight Zone was named The Mighty Casey in reference to the poem's lead character, though the plot is unrelated.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Baseball poem written during by Ernest Thayer. This article is about the poem. For other uses, see Casey at the Bat disambiguation. Casey at the Bat.
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