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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Articles tagged: at-bat music

Josh Reddick has the greatest walk-up song of all time (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. Shut it down. Shut the entire house down. Josh Reddick has officially won every competition when it comes to choosing the best at-bat walk-up music. On Monday, the Oakland A’s outfielder changed his walk-up music to Wham!’s “Careless Whisper.” Now Careless Whisper isn’t your typical at-bat music. Usually you…Read More

Todd Frazier changes at-bat music to ‘Sopranos’ theme (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. New Jersey native Todd Frazier changed his walk-up at-bat music to the theme song from “The Sopranos” on Thursday in honor of actor James Gandolfini, who died on Wednesday at the age of 51. Frazier, who played on the Toms River team that won the 1998 Little League World…Read More

Jayson Werth using ‘Werewolves in London’ as at-bat music (Video)

Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth has one of the most recognizable beards in sports. If he ever signed a contract with the New York Yankees and had to shave, the amount of people who are able to identify Werth would probably decrease by at least 75%. That’s why the at-bat music he has been using…Read More

Bryce Harper has Justin Bieber played as his at-bat music (Video)

Since Justin Bieber burst onto the scene a few years back, his music and memorabilia have become an important part of Major League Baseball culture. As you can see from the video above that Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post shared with us, Bryce Harper strolled up to the plate on Tuesday night with Bieber’s…Read More

Kelly Johnson Pranked by At-Bat Music

When it comes to sports pranks, NFL rookie hazing is pretty good, but nothing beats baseball pranks. Apparently Diamondbacks first baseman Adam LaRoche had been planning a revenge prank on second baseman Kelly Johnson for quite some time and he finally got him back by having the stadium music operator play “It’s Raining Men” as…Read More

You’re Better Than That, Jeter

A recent blog entry I came across from Steady Burn, via Yardbarker, contains some interesting information about baseball players’ walk-up and warm-up songs (songs playing when hitters stroll to the plate and pitchers warm up on the mound).  The issue of at-bat music came up earlier in the season when we revealed that Marlins youngster…Read More

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