Rapper Jay Z loves sports. That includes baseball. He raps about being a regular at
But, somehow or another, he managed get one of the most famous moments in recent baseball history completely mixed up.
At least according to a story tweeted out by David Cone, who won five
Cone attended the "SNL 40" performance in New York on Sunday celebrating the 40th anniversary of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" and has been posting first-hand accounts of the TV show on his Twitter feed. One of those tweets Wednesday involved Jay Z and former major league pitchers Curt Schilling and
"Funniest story of the afterparty was when Jay Z thought
@BoomerWells33 was Curt Shilling and asked him about bloody sock," Cone tweeted.
Schilling was a hero for the
Meanwhile, Wells was probably watching that game from home, as his
Oh, yeah, Wells also played two stints for Jay Z's Yankees during his 21-year career.
Wells and Schilling responded to Cone's story via Twitter.
Wells: "im still in shock."