Pearl Jam megafan Joe Buck was totally stoked to hear “Animal,” the latest side from that hot new beat combo Pearl Jam, at Thursday night’s World Series game. What’s that? That single was released in 1994?
"That was Pearl Jam with their new song Animal." #WorldSeriesTimeMachine
— Luke Russert (@LukeRussert) October 25, 2013
@LukeRussert 20 years is kinda new right?
— Brad King (@BradKing32) October 25, 2013
@LukeRussert Glad to see this tweet to confirm that I did actually hear them say that. I love that new song, Animal.
— Brian Walsh (@brianjameswalsh) October 25, 2013
Twenty years isn’t that old is it? There are plenty of songs that are way older than that.
Did joe buck just say this is pearl jam's new song animal. Is this the 1995 World Series?
— Mike Bova (@Bovamj25) October 25, 2013
— Mike Cunningham (@hammradio) October 25, 2013
Whoops. Joe Buck: "That was Pearl Jam with their new song 'Animal.'" #SadlyStuffThatHappenedWhenIWasInCollegeIsNoLongerNew
— Doug Tribou (@DougTribou) October 25, 2013
— Matthew J. Enna, MD (@MatthewEnnaMD) October 25, 2013
Once again, @Buck proves he's a stuffy, ignorant twat – the guy thinks 'Animal' is a new Pearl Jam song. Actually, Joe, it came out in 1994
— Dylan Richardson (@DylansGotTweets) October 25, 2013
Is it 1993 already Joe buck? Pearl Jam's Animal was on Vs that I bought 20 years ago. Great job Joe. #joebucksucks
— Mark Braun (@redmark91) October 25, 2013
— Trevor R-L (@CallMeTRL) October 25, 2013
@knbrmurph Buck- "that was Pearl Jam with their new song Animal". And Joe Carter is up to face Mitch Williams with 2 on.
— Paul-SJ (@paulc_sj) October 25, 2013
When Pearl Jam released Animal as a single in 1994, both of tonight’s World Series teams were hot garbage and Wacha was a toddler.
— Kenneth Blankenship (@kenblankenship) October 25, 2013
They just played Pearl Jam's "new song 'Animal'" during World Series. In other news, Clinton is Pres and River Phoenix just OD'd…
— Mark Ramsey (@RMarkRamsey) October 25, 2013
"That was Pearl Jam with their new song Animal." Obviously Joe Buck took a dip in his Hot Tub Time Machine before going to Fenway.
— Robert Lee (@RobHLee) October 25, 2013
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