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Thursday, February 14, 2013

New Indian Trevor Bauer Released a Diss Track

Posted By on Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 9:45 AM

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(Update: It seems it was "recorded in December and re-released this week, according to the beat writers floating around Twitter. Either way.)

New Wahoo flamethrower Trevor Bauer arrives in Cleveland with a strong arm, some funky background, and some burned bridges. He had a very public falling out with former Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Miguel Montero and has a history in the ole hip-hop game with a group called Consummate 4sight.

What other outcome could we expect than for Bauer to combine the two, meaning yes, he made a diss track, following proudly and badly in a long line of athletes who take to the mic to air some beef.

It's called, "You Don't Know Me," so Bauer is basically a 12-year-old boy battling with his dad.

Listen for yourself:

And some transcribed lyrics via WFNY:

Your fifteen minutes, I guess I get that.
With that, 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

[...]

It don’t matter how many Xs or Os you draw
I plan to get that, bro
You’re a mouse in a cat’s game
Get where I’m at, man
I ain’t playing tic-tac-toe

He's playing duck-duck-goose, then?

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