Saturday, March 28, 2015

DJ AM spins a mixed message

The Philly-born frontman of Dusk in Atlantic City wore a Mets jersey to throw out the first pitch of Sunday's game. But he rooted for the Phillies.

DJ AM spins a mixed message

DJ AM lets it rip at CitiField. (Photo: TOM BRIGLIA)
DJ AM lets it rip at CitiField. (Photo: TOM BRIGLIA)

DJ AM, the Philly-born frontman of Dusk in Atlantic City, wore a Mets jersey to throw out the first pitch of Sunday's Phillies-Mets game.

But, I hear, he rooted for the Phillies.

AM (Adam Goldstein) got hooked up because Dusk is part of Caesars, and Caesars is a major sponsor at the new CitiField in Queens.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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