15 EDM Songs MLB Baseball Sluggers Use When Stepping Up to the Plate

15 EDM Songs MLB Baseball Sluggers Use When Stepping Up to the Plate

The music business was not the only one influenced by the outbreak, so we’re maintaining the spirit of sport living with an EDM spin.

Inside his 2010 single”Thank Me Now,” Drake raps,”Damn, I swear sports and music are so synonymous /’Cause we want to be them, and they want to be us.”

The association between sports and music is symbiotic.  Sports and music raise up each other, along with the folks who engulf themselves into every respective realm share spirit, passion, and precisely the same vigor. That it was debilitating when the stunt stampeded its way throughout our parks, stadiums, judges, and concert venues, forcibly stifling both sports businesses and the music rubber-gloved tsunami of paranoia and unparalleled stay-at-home ordinances, with one giant.

While those in the audio industry have been able to associate with fans through livestreamed concerts and magnificent, loophole-jumping events like drive-in raves, those from the sport community have not managed to follow suit. At each sport’s bedrock is, naturally, teamwork, which intrinsically locks horns with the social distancing measures which require all to remain six feet apart from each other in order to flatten the curve. The sport industry has desperately attempted to remain applicable during those harrowing times, but that seems to be a pipe dream contemplating ESPN is broadcasting “sports” such as marble racing, cherry pit spitting, lawn mower racing, sign spinning, along with cheese rolling.

The effects of COVID-19 might have metaphorically kicked off the sports and music businesses from the shin and stolen their own lunch money, but maybe not all hope has been lost, since the MLB is now exploring tactics to conserve their year. To keep the spirit of baseball living during those timeswe put together a record of 15 MLB gamers that blare EDM songs over the loudspeakers within their home stadiums since they saunter up to the plate to swing for the fences.

Jose Altuve, Houston Astros: Kygo – “Firestone (feat. Conrad Sewell)”

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The Astros’ Jose Altuve may be at the center of one of baseball’s most polarizing controversies of all time due to some questionable decisions, but his choice to walk up to the plate to Kygo‘s tropical house smash “Firestone” is a sound one.

Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies: Moby – “Flower”

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After signing a $330 million contract, you can practically pick any song you want and still terrify the opposing the pitcher.  2015 National League MVP Bryce Harper does just that, opting to step out to “Flower” by iconic dance producer Moby

Ryan Carpenter, Detroit Tigers: Avicii – “Levels”

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Ryan Carpenter’s stint in the majors may have been short-lived, only playing in the league for two years before bolting to the Rakuten Monkeys of the Chinese Professional Baseball League, but he had good taste in music.

David Price, Los Angeles Dodgers: Pretty Lights – “Finally Moving”

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Elite pitcher David Price struts out to the plate to Pretty Lights‘ classic single”Finally Moving,” which is ironic considering his bat hardly moves to the tune of a paltry .080 career batting average.

Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies: Zedd & Aloe Blacc – “Candyman”

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Rockies shortstop Trevor Story is a fan of EDM, walking to Zedd along with Aloe Blacc‘s 2016 homage to M&M’s,”Candyman.” He’s also utilized Ookay‘s breakthrough hit”Thief.”

Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs: Martin Solveig & Good Times Ahead – “Intoxicated”

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Cubs first basemen Anthony Rizzo is an illustration of why everybody should blast EDM on their way. You could chalk it up as the reason he’s a perennial MVP candidate and 2016 World Series champion. 

Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers: Diplo, French Montana & Lil Pump – “Welcome to the Party (feat. Zhavia Ward)”

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Dodgers slugger Max Muncy should have really liked Deadpool two because he utilizes Diplo‘s mega-collab”Welcome to the Party,” which appeared on the movie’s official motion picture soundtrack, for his walk-up monitor.

Liam Hendriks, Oakland Athletics – Queen vs. Rage Against the Machine vs. The Prodigy vs. Skrillex -“We Will Kill the Breathe of Bangarang – Djs From Mars Bootleg)”

What a better way to instill fear from the opposing pitcher than by walking up to some hair-raising mashup of music by Queen, Rage Against The Machine, The Prodigy, and Skrillex.

Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals: Matoma & The Notorious B.I.G. – “Old Thing Back (feat. Ja Rule & Ralph Tresvant)”

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Ryan Zimmerman’s usage of Matoma‘s hit”Old Thing Back” has to have attracted some good juju to the Washington Nationals, since they won their first ever World Series championship in 2019.

Erick Fedde, Washington Nationals: Whethan – “Savage (feat. Flux Pavilion & MAX)”

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Erick Fedde is a pitcher, so having 3 career base hits to his title is acceptable but it is nowhere near”savage.”

Dan Jennings, Washington Nationals: Axwell Λ Ingrosso – “More Than You Know”

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Dan Jennings is the latest member of the Washington Nationals to look on this list, with Axwell Λ Ingrosso‘s lover favorite”More Than You Know.”  Some parties that are severe must be thrown by them in their own clubhouse, especially after their 2019 World Series win.

Andrew Knapp, Philadelphia Phillies: Flume – “Holdin On”

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A tip of the cover to Phillies catcher Andrew Knapp, that utilizes Flume‘s future bass staple”Holdin On” for his walkup tune.

Jason Heyward, Chicago Cubs: Kungs vs. Cookin’ On 3 Burners – “This Girl”

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Don’t you just love it when a hulking, 6′ 5″, 240-pound, tater-mashing slugger like Jason Heyward chooses a song like this to walk up to?

Scooter Gennett, Cincinnati Reds: Marshmello -“Silence (feat. Khalid)”

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Scooter Gennett’s play has been the farthest thing from “silence,” as he tied the MLB record for homers in a single game when he went yard four times back in 2017 in a tilt against the Cardinals.

Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels: Thirty Seconds to Mars – “Do Or Die (Afrojack vs. Thirty Seconds to Mars Remix)

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Angels celebrity Shohei Ohtani, the single player in baseball to actively appear like a pitcher and a hitter, opts for a punk edge, together with Afrojack‘s remix of Thirty Seconds to Mars’ track”Do Or Die”

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