Jeffrey Maier Wont Be at Yankee Stadium, Derek Jeter Will Be Despite a Massive Train Delay, "Mike The Beer Guy" Will Be, & The Budweiser Clydesdales Will Be in Cincinnati

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The first round of beer, for the first round of the Postseason, presented by the first name in wireless music, 1-877-380-FIRST, and the "king of beers", of course.

Jeffrey Maier said he won't be at Yankee Stadium this postseason, against the Orioles, and when asked about attending a playoff game this postseason, he has released a statement saying, "Tell them I am going to watch it sitting in my living room over the fireplace on a Samsung tv".

The New York Yankees were caught by a train cancellation between Baltimore and New York. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said during a conference call Tuesday that after the train arrived in Aberdeen, Md., the team switched to buses, and arrived in New York at about 6 a.m.

Most importantly, "Mike The Beer Guy" will be in the stands at Yankee Stadium, possibly even performing this sudsy Bud Light jingle, encouraging everyone to drink responsibly & enjoy the game.

This "brew ha-ha" video, which quickly surfaced on the evening of the St. Louis Cardinals vs. Atlanta Braves infamous "infield fly rule umpire call" NL Wild Card Game, has started to create quite a buzz online. Don't miss it - Watch the video, drink responsibly, and please share this video with everyone.

It features a miniaturized Derek Jeter tossing a baseball along the right-field line appearing to utter the words "Bud Light" at the 2:37 mark of the video, and Curtis Granderson sprinting across the outfield appearing to chase down the YouTube video play-head, near the 2:21 mark of the video. These superstars are featured as well as the rest of the New York Yankees & Baltimore Orioles teams, as they warm up on the field for the big game, with a special shout-out near the end, to Buck Showalter.

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Cincinnati Reds fans caught Anheuser-Busch's famed eight-horse team of Clydesdales, when the horses entered Great American Ball Park’s southeast gate, and the Budweiser Clydesdales will remain in Cincinnati for the rest of the National League Division Series games.

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