Mike Piazza cuts loose on the drums with the "Bogmen" in New York. He and his then Mets teammates were making an appearance for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
2 of 12Robert Beck/SI
At a concert for the cast members of "Desperate Housewives," Cincinnati Reds starter Bronson Arroyo showcases a voice as enchanting as his off-speed stuff. Arroyo, who once lent vocals to the Dropkick Murphys, taught former teammate Kevin Millar how to play the guitar.
3 of 12AP
Pelé opens the premiere of Maradona's television show, "La Noche del 10," in Buenos Aires. The soccer god both sang and played the guitar.
4 of 12Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images
Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez poses with a new custom Gibson guitar at a party at Pascha nightclub thrown by Gotham Magazine. The one-of-a-kind ax would later be auctioned off for charity.
5 of 12Danny Moloshok/Getty Images
At the "Night at the Net" benefit, held before the Mercedes-Benz Cup in Los Angeles, Andre Agassi excites the crowd by showing off his piano skills.
6 of 12Michael J. LeBrecht II/SI
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Drew Gooden regales a crowd by tickling the ivories at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington, D.C., last February.
7 of 12AP
Doug Flutie is many things: a quarterback, a drop-kick field goal artist and -- as you can tell -- a drummer. Here he plays with the Flutie Brothers Band in Buffalo.
8 of 12John F. Martin/SI
Notorious NHL tough guy Darren McCarty wears a Calgary Flames jersey on the ice, but this is his offseason uniform. Here he performs with his band, Grinder, in Michigan's Emerald Theater.
9 of 12Scott Rovak/SI
Former Cy Young winner Jack McDowell excelled on the mound, and in his free time "Black Jack" moonlighted with alternative rock bands. Now he's a musician with the band Stickfigure.
10 of 12Don Emmert/Getty Images
Tennis legend John McEnroe displays a different set of skills at the U.S. Open, joining Bo Diddley on guitar before the U.S. Open in 2005.
11 of 12Jeffrey Lowe/SI
Ravens defensive tackle Trevor Pryce may seem like a behemoth on the gridiron (he is 6-foot-5 and weighs 286 pounds), but he has a soft touch in the studio. He owns the independent music label Outlook Music.
12 of 12AP
Randy Johnson serenades the Arizona faithful after notching the 3,000th strikeout of his career. The Diamondbacks honored the Big Unit in a ceremony in which he received a special-edition Fender guitar.
You May Like
More More Sports
Sign Up for our Newsletter
Don't get stuck on the sidelines! Sign up to get exclusives, daily highlights, analysis and more—delivered right to your inbox!