- Mike Trout, Nolan Arenado, and other MLB stars have some fantastic walk-up songs this year
- Mike Trout, Justin Bour and other Angels discuss what makes a great walk-up song
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Mike Trout, Nolan Arenado, and other MLB stars have some fantastic walk-up songs this year
Hear what music your favorite MLB players have chosen as their walk-up songs. Los Angeles Angels. Featured, Arizona . Mike Trout. Travis ScottSICKO MODE.and the you with
All stats aside, hitters can score lots of brownie points with the fans through one medium: their walk-up song. Just by having a song that wakes up the crowd, hitters can energize the fans and suddenly give their team some momentum. For example, when hearing Twisted Sister's "I Wanna Rock" whenever Mark Teixeira comes to bat though he has only used it sparingly this year at Yankee Stadium, I suddenly go into pumped-up mode and suddenly become a crazy fan. Even if he makes an out, I cheer hard. Considering how Wells used to be one of the game's best power hitters and is now slowly fading away into the background, this song is quite fitting.
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Started by Schraff , July 17, I was at the game today vs. Tampa Bay. I was wondering if anyone else that was there might know what Trout's song he walked out to was? In before Clod says he will pick his walk up song based on what will make the most sense for him and his family. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
The right song can put a player in the right mood to slap out that run-scoring double or game-clinching home run. Perhaps a good walk-up song is what Angels players need to put more crack into their bats. After going over the first week , the team needs to dig deep into the playlist to find some extra offense ahead of their home opener against the Texas Rangers. Twitter: AustinKnobby. About Us. Times News Platforms.
Mike Trout, Justin Bour and other Angels discuss what makes a great walk-up song
Deciding which song to use as your musical introduction must be one of the toughest aesthetic decisions a baseball player has to make. So many choices, so many songs, so many specific emotions or memories attached to them -- or, simply, so many options for amusing musical accompaniment during the stride from the on-deck circle to home plate. Despite the challenge of selecting the perfect song, several key players shared some of their choices for the new season. Travis Scott! Kendrick Lamar! Meek Mill! This is far better than the playlists on your phone called "good songs.
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