Glenn Donnellan playing National Anthem at Washington Nationals game on his bat-violin

December 28, 2010

Our friend and neighbor Glenn Donnellan, who plays for the National Symphony Orchestra, created an electric violin from a Louisville Slugger bat. He played the National Anthem Aug. 8 at the game between the Washington Nationals and the Arizona Diamondbacks. It was the first time he’d played the bat-violin publicly, although his YouTube video posted July 1 has already gotten more than 150000 hits: .

Tom Glavine starts but gets hurt in first inning. Chipper Jones hits a home run. Lastings Milledge steals a base and hits a double. The Presidents race. Jon Rauch bails out Chad Cordero for the save. Tim Redding with the win. Nats win, 5-4, on April 13, 2008.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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