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Last week, The Tonight Show highlighted a 1986 commercial that featured the Royals’ Bret Saberhagen rapping about trucks, and unveiled a “Rapping Bret Saberhagen” character.

By Extra Mustard
November 05, 2015

Last week, The Tonight Show highlighted a 1986 commercial that featured the Royals’ Bret Saberhagen rapping about trucks, and unveiled a “Rapping Bret Saberhagen” character.

On Wednesday, Kansas City players Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez stopped by to show off their World Series trophy and they got a visit from the rhyming-impaired pitcher, who was confronted by another special guest.

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Before Hosmer and Perez were interrupted by the warring Saberhagens, they talked with Fallon about winning it all, and even let comedian Aziz Ansari hold the Commissioner’s Trophy.

– Brendan Maloy

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