MUST WATCH: Jimmy Fallon Brings Back Rapping Bret Saberhagen
Bret Saberhagen played for both the Mets and Royals through the first 11 years of his Hall of Fame career. Bret Saberhagen made a commercial in 1986 for a car dealership, in which he wistfully sings rappity raps about with the voice and flow of Ned Flanders. Bret Saberhagen also looks identical to "Tonight Show" writer A.D. Miles. The exact same voice. The exact same face. The exact same dweeby dad-at-a-birthday-party vibe.
It's pretty clear Fallon had no choice with this one. Bring out A.D. Miles in a Bret Saberhagen jersey, have The Roots lay down a beat and have him freestyle about the World Series.
Watch 1986 Bret Saberhagen's return to the mic, below.
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