Corey Feldman threw out the opening pitch on Sunday for the State College Spikes, a minor league affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. But that’s not all he did. The former child star, who is probably best-known for his role in the cult classic film The Goonies, also serenaded the crowd. Apparently, Feldman fronts a band called Corey Feldman & The Angels, and they gave a performance that night that caught some people by surprise.
As USA Today reports, the team has now issued an apology for the performance — partially because the women were scantily clad and people might not have been expecting that, and partially because of how much it sucked. Here’s the team’s official statement on the matter:
The State College Spikes would like to apologize to our fans for Corey Feldman’s appearance last night at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park. While the nature of the appearance was not what we had anticipated for the evening, we would like to apologize to all fans who may have been offended by its content. We would also like to apologize to our fans for the appearance being so far below expectations. We at the Spikes thank you for your support, and we pledge to present the best entertainment each and every night for the remainder of the 2015 season and beyond.
You can watch the offending performance here:
Bonnaroo was fine with Feldman’s chops, though. Maybe if he’d brought all four angels to the baseball game, things would’ve been different.