Mark Whicker, a columnist for the late, great Bulletin and the Daily News in the 1970s and ’80s, wrote:
They played “Blurred Lines” between innings at Dodger Stadium at Game 2, which never is a good idea. But in the bottom of the seventh inning, it became baseball’s anthem.
How many lines were crossed, or smudged, when Chase Utley barreled into Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada, like a slide-tackling Manchester United midfielder, under the guise of breaking up a double play?
Check out the column for the L. A. Daily News: