Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer's new rap song is not a response to his former catcher Miguel Montero's recent criticism of the pitcher.
Bauer's song, called "You Don't Know Me," was recorded in December according to the Indians.
Some of the lyrics in the song include:
You can say what you want/You can hate till you drop
But you don't know me/You don't know me
Another part addresses the trade that sent Bauer to the Indians.
Its time to get back to all these fans that I've been losing due in part to the rumors moving about that that I refuse to listen / So people get this vision of me, no one goes up hitting for me / I swear I've never been gifted nothing
Now I'm the bane of society, I'm the villain / millions judge me, even quicker than winning a boxing match by killing / and most of its unjustly given
Montero, in an interview with an Arizona radio station, said Bauer wouldn't listen to him when they were teammates with the Diamondbacks. Montero also said Bauer wouldn't throw the pitches Montero called for, even shaking him off on Bauer's first pitch in the Major Leagues. He wished Indians catcher Carlos Santana "good luck" in handling the pitcher.
You can listen to the song right here.
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