Jan 23, 2013, 9:19 PM EDT
Of course it should be pointed out that the Giants’ hurler played the rhythm guitar on the song, while pal Kelley James did the singing. It happened on Adam Carolla’s podcast show on Friday. The song — or freestyle flow, as the kids say — is entitled Manifold and Manti Te’o.
More of their music here.
You may notice that Carolla had a bit of fun with calling Zito by James’ name, and vice-versa. That’s because on the previous day, Thursday, the two appeared on the Good Day LA TV show to promote the A Night For the Troops benefit concert in Hollywood the next evening, and host Steve Edwards didn’t know who Zito was — he directed all of his baseball questions to James. Video here.
Oh well, Zito is only a former Cy Young Award winner who was one of the stars of the Giants’ World Series run just three months ago. And an LA resident.
Zito founded the Strikeouts For Troops organization in 2005.
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