09:51 PM - April 7, 2014 by MMChrisS
One of the most beloved yet most taken for granted aspects of the in-park baseball experience is the musical experience, specifically the organ. This year, MLB 14 The Show includes real music from real-life MLB organist Bobby Cressey, who sometimes plays the organ at Padres home games.
Monty Mudd, music supervisor of MLB 14 The Show, had nothing but compliments about Cressey and his talents. While attending a Padres game at Petco Park, Mudd says he immediately thought Cressey was a good fit for The Show.
"Bobby is truly a student of baseball organ," Mudd said, "He knows the score and is a huge fan to boot, plus he is not afraid to inject his own personal style. He was very enthusiastic about contributing his talents, and we were just as excited to pull from his experience. This is just another example of how we strive to bring that extra level of authenticity to MLB 14 The Show."
We recently got a chance to ask Cressey a few questions about his experience working on the game and how he approaches being an organist for a professional baseball team. Here is our conversation...
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