Paul Simon, Eddie Vedder and Jack White Went to a Baseball Game Together
In case you were wondering where rock royalty holds its yearly meetings, you can wonder no more. Yesterday, Jack White, Eddie Vedder and Paul Simon took in a little daytime baseball at Seattle's Safeco Field as the Mariners took on the Rangers. As you can see, White and Vedder are honoring the other's team of choice with some seriously retro jerseys while Simon looks like he was definitely scoring the game as it went along.
White's critically acclaimed Lazaretto tour is still rolling strong and throughout, the guitarist has visited several baseball parks (like we ALL would if we went on a nationwide tour) including stops in Chicago (where he was miserable), St. Louis, Milwaukee, Denver and even Detroit where he threw out the first pitch. White recently wrapped up a two-night run at the Paramount in Seattle, where he dedicated "Steady As She Goes" to Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam, who he said was in the audience that evening.
The Mariners are 72-60 and are barely holding onto the second wildcard spot in the American League. Giving chase? White's Detroit Tigers, of course.