Joe Nichols on MLB.com

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Most Joe Nichols fans know the singer has two passions: country music and baseball. He got to combine those passions as part of a promotion with mlb.com, Major League Baseball's official website. Joe is featured on the site performing his hits "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" and "The Impossible."

He also gives his predictions for the upcoming baseball playoffs. "It's kind of early, but the Reds look tough. I see them as a wild card. I think the Cardinals will win the division, since I'm a Cardinals fan," says Joe. "The West is a crapshoot. There are a lot of wild cards."

Joe does show some sympathy for the Cubs. "As much as a Cardinals fan heart can go out to a Cubs fan, my heart goes out to them. Not too much," he says, half-jokingly. "And goodbye to record sales in Chicago! I'm kidding. I have several Cubs fans watching this who are probably flipping off the TV. I love baseball. When the Cubs do well, they become America's team. It's actually endearing because it's been such a struggle for them."

Joe also had some early predictions on the Fall Classic. "If I had to predict the World Series, I would say Tampa Bay. For the National League, I cannot go against my Cardinals! I know I'm a fan. I know I'm biased."

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