Top 5 Best Walk-Up Songs in the MLB

Hello everybody, and welcome back to the Mid-American page. If you are like me, then you love the game of baseball. One of my favorite aspects of the game is the walk-up songs. Each player chooses a song or two to be played whenever they walk out to the plate or mound. I remember back in high school spending hours listening to music and bugging my mom about what song should be my walk-up song. Players usually pick a song that hypes them and gets them in the right mind set, and I think this helps make the game of baseball unique.

#5 Zach Curtis: “God’s Gonna Cut You Down” Johnny Cash

I may be a little bias due to the fact this was also my walk-up song in high school, but you cannot deny this song is badass.

#4 Clay Buchholz: “Hold the Line” Toto

Very fitting song for a guy like Buccholz, in my opinion.

#3 Matt Garza: “All Eyez on Me” 2pac

Good walk up song, but not many eyes are too focus on Garza these days.

#2 Derek Law: “I Fought the Law” The Clash

This gets the spot due to the greatness of the song, the clever use of his name, and it a personal favorite among the Mid-American crew.

#1 A.J. Ramos: “Power” Kayne West

Probably my favorite Kayne West song of all-time, but this song has a great beat and lyrics that can fire anybody up. Well played, A.J. Ramos, well played.

Unfortunately, the MLB has thousands of players and going through everybody’s walk-up song would be extremely tedious. With that being said, what do you think? Who has the best walk-up song in the MLB? Let us know down in the comments! As always thank you for tuning in into the Mid-American page on this fine Friday. As always, stay tuned for more fresh daily content from myself and the rest of the Mid-American crew!

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