He also introduced them to a term of his own — the “Hamm Slamm” — and even had a canned ham made into a blingy necklace to help christen the term. (That is, until Mets player Pete Alonso broke it.)
“We’ve learned that there’s a lot of names for a home run, but they’re all awesome,” Hamm said in the segment, played before the big game. “We also learned that there’s a lot of major league baseball players that would do anything to get their hands on a bedazzled canned ham.”
Los Angeles and Dodger Stadium have been the center of All-Star Game activities all week, including the celebrity softball game.