Late Night host Seth Meyers visited Yankee Stadium for a segment that aired Wednesday night
Late Night host and noted Red Sox fan Seth Meyers visited Yankee Stadium for a segment that aired Wednesday night.
Meyers visits a bat boy, a clubhouse attendant, the stadium organist, a peanut vendor and YES Network play-by-play man Michael Kay in the nearly-eight-minute clip.
Meyers joked that he would have made the Major Leagues except that he "couldn't throw or hit." The former Saturday Night Live cast member also spent some time in the public address announcer's booth, where he recited a lengthy wifi password and warned the empty stadium about a rabid dog in the outfield.
Meyers took several jabs at his Late Night boss, pointing to the "front-row seats Lorne Michaels texts from" and announcing, "If you should see Lorne Michaels in the stadium tonight, please give him your sketch ideas and unfinished screen plays. He appreciates it."
The segment ends with Meyers proposing to the vendor on the video board. We won't give away the response.
- Alex Putterman