Most intimidating intro song
So instead of everyone else making fun of him, Nelson has poked fun at himself by walking out to Weird Al Yankovic’s “Fat.” But laugh all you want, if that right hand lands, you’re going to sleep.** FILE **Rapper Nelly throws out the first pitch before the St.It was actually the decision of Yankees' staff members rather than Rivera himself to play the music, and Rivera never really cared what music was playing when he came out.How ironic that he seems apathetic about the song yet the Yankees plan to retire the song as a walk-up once Rivera leaves the game.Louis Cardinals game against the Chicago Cubs at Busch Stadium in St. Nelly became an overnight sensation with his 2000 debut album, “Country Grammer,” which has sold over six million copies and has been on billboard’s top 200 for 43 weeks. Finley/FILE) ORG XMIT: NYET380 " data-medium-file="https://usatftw.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/ap_st_3503643.jpg? w=300" data-large-file="https://usatftw.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/ap_st_3503643.jpg? w=1000" /Hidden in plain sight, every MLB team’s website links to a list of its player’s walk-up and warmup song choices.The lists feature rosters updated for 2017, but some of the information appears to be outdated as not all of the songs named are the players’ actual songs for this season.But because these lists exist on official team websites and appear to represent the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.
Roy Nelson: Weird Al Yankovic – “Fat”When you think of a UFC fighter, you don’t think of a body type that resembles the one Roy Nelson has.For some, the music helps pump them up, and for others, perhaps it's simply a personal favorite.When it comes to baseball's best players, however, we can really attribute the song to them. I'm limiting this to current players, so unfortunately "Hell's Bells" and "Wild Thing" will not be making appearances.Jones, Hunter — WWE fans recognized The Rock’s entrance music when Jones stepped to the plate.Lechich, Louie — When you make plays that get our team on Sports Center, you can change your song as often as you’d like.