Watch Japanese Breakfast Throw Out First Pitch at Mets Game

It was a Grand Slam week for Michelle Zauner.

The Grammy-nominated musician and author, who goes by the moniker Japanese Breakfast, performed on the season finale of Saturday night livewas named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People of the Year and just last night threw the first pitch at a New York Mets game at Citi Field.

And Zauner takes her baseball just as seriously as her “pigs.” After all, their last band was called Little Big League.

While Zauner wore her custom #69 Mets jersey with “JBREKKIE” written on the back, she was not-so-secretly supportive of the opposing team, the Philadelphia Phillies. “My socks / my heart”, titled fence a closeup of her ankles wearing the Fightin’ Phils Phanatic.

During the last week SNL In the final, Japanese Breakfast performed “Be Sweet” and “Paprika” from their acclaimed album, Anniversary.

Soon after, SNL‘s Emmy winner Bowen Yang provided context on why Zauner was the perfect choice to end the season in an admiring tribute:

My first encounter with Michelle was seeing her in a Korean hanbok shredding a guitar on an 18-wheel vehicle. I knew immediately that I would be obsessed with this person. Her most recent work was just as exciting and touching. Crying at H Mart is a memory I will never forget and the Japanese breakfast record anniversary captures joy in its true, ephemeral spirit. Like all of her work, they are wonderful channels for empathy.

This is what makes Michelle so incredible to me and many others. As she weaves the threads of her art into perfect braids, she lets us find something in our own lives, a new thread to adorn ourselves with. It doesn’t get any better than that. Everyone wants to love her.

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Emma James

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