The Los Angeles Dodgers are jamming in 2019. Indeed, courtesy of D.J. Severe (@OfficialDodgersDJ on twitter), we have the team’s full walk-up music list, pitchers included.
In case you missed it, the full track list is below.
— #OfficialDodgersDJ (@djsevere) April 2, 2019
While guys like A.J. Pollock walk up to Fleetwood Mac, it’s interesting to see Max Muncy choose Nelly. Furthermore, one guy is getting a ton of talk at Dodger Stadium lately for his interesting choice in walk-up music.
That player is none other than red-hot Cody Bellinger, who rolls with Hotel California. You may remember, in 2018 Bellinger used ‘Ghetto Superstar’, a classic rap track. Now, Bellinger uses a song by one of the most famous bands to ever come out of Los Angeles.
However, that has little to do with the reasoning why he chose the song. Because, of course it doesn’t. Bellinger told David Vassegh why he went with Hotel California.
Cody Bellinger told me he chose "Hotel California" as his walk up song this year because he liked it when he heard it and it was the first song played during a day of BP in spring. Also, Cody passed pop quiz that The Eagles are the band. ?
— David Vassegh (@THEREAL_DV) April 2, 2019
As long as Bellinger stays hot, you will probably hear Don Henley when he walks up to the plate. Personally, I am glad that Walker Buehler stuck with ‘Hail To The King’. I know how pumped I get to watch baseball when I hear him warming up to that song – so I can only imagine how amped he gets to pitch!
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