Most intimidating intro song
EXPLICIT CONTENT WARNING: Many of the following videos include explicit lyrics and/or suggestive imagery. 59, the one chosen by Padres’ infielder Allen Cordoba, probably should not be watched in any sort of workplace.A player's walk-up song, whether it's heading to the mound or the batter's box, can tell a lot about a player.I mostly ignored the songs and artists picked most frequently, because way too many guys use Drake, .If this list appears biased toward songs I personally enjoy, that’s OK: It so happens my opinions are the correct ones.Some fighters just want to get the walk over with so they pick something and make their way to the cage.But then there are those fighters who put a lot of thought into the songs they choose and how the make their entrance.Jones, Hunter — WWE fans recognized The Rock’s entrance music when Jones stepped to the plate.
With that said, here is the list (which I’d say is at least 90% complete) of the 2015 Intimidators Walk-Up songs.But because these lists exist on official team websites and appear to represent the most recent and most comprehensive effort at documenting every MLB player’s associated music, I seized my discovery of said lists as an excuse to comb through every one compiling a master ranking of the best songs used to accompany baseball players. But as best as I can figure out, all the players listed have used song in question at some point.I included a couple not named on the master list that I confirmed with my own ears by hearing them at ballparks.All Yankees fans, and perhaps many others, know that Mariano Rivera and Metallica go hand in hand. Beginning in 1999, Mariano Rivera used Metallica's "Enter Sandman" as his theme music.Since then, he has become synonymous with the song.
I remember Keenyn Walker had the most songs during his time in Kannapolis (2011–12).