The Baseball Reference Song Guy Has Done It Again With 'I Miss You' By Blink-182

This is the quarantine content I needed today. I have no idea how long it takes to put one of these together, but this man is one of the greatest artists of our time. We're all familiar with Songs of the Summer, but I am putting this right up there with the best of them for Song of Coronavirus Quarantine — it's going up against "Bored In the House" from TikTok and about four songs from Kelsea Ballerini's new album.

And this isn't @DonZemmer's first rodeo. You can add "I Miss You" to his list of Baseball Reference hits which already included such classics as "God Bless America" and "Lose Yourself."


This man has found the perfect, innovative use for Baseball Reference. I have spent an inordinate amount of time over the years looking up random statistics on this website with no real rhyme or reason, but this man has put the definitive authority on the history of baseball to good use to recreate songs using names both universally known and unrecognizable. Truly an innovator in his field.

Tommy Mee and his career -0.1 WAR in 19 at-bats may have been lost to history forever were it not for Don Zemmer's need for his name for the recreation of a song written many decades after his death. But now, he lives on in baseball history thanks to Twitter.