No, I'm not talking about Randy Jackson, Steven Tyler, J. Lo or Ryan Seacrest...I'm talking about former big leaguer and MLB Network analyst Joe Magrane!
In case you missed it, the one-time St. Louis Cardinals hurler was on hand at the Savannah auditions when his daughter, 15 year-old Shannon, belted out an Etta James tune. But it was the exchange between the elder Magrane and Aerosmith frontman Tyler that left a bigger impression.
"How's Beantown," the lefty pitcher asked.
Tyler's response? "Hot, humid and happening...just like your daughter."
Yes...his fifteen-year-old daughter.
And, no, this isn't the first time the spawn of a former Major Leaguer has made it on to the show. Heck, it isn't even the first time a family member from one of the 1987 National League Champion Cardinals has made the show.
During Season Four, Niko Smith, son of Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith, made the cut and sang his way to ninth place and a recording deal.
But back to the younger Magrane. Shannon got her ticket and is "off to Hollywood!"...but it won't be her first time performing in front of a crowd.
This past May, she sang the National Anthem before a Tampa Bay Rays game.