All right, I’ve been slacking. Here’s links to the Brewers batter-up music, according to Brewers.com. I don’t think anyone’s done this yet. Batter-up music is a wonderful thing. We should have a party at which everyone enters to their own theme song.
Leading off, Rickie Weeks, “Drop the World,” Lil Wayne.
Alcides Escobar, “Hasta Abajo,” Don Omar, and “Desafio,” by Daddy Yankee ft. Don Omar.
Ryan Braun has the rowdiest song, “All the Way TurnT Up” by Roscoe Dash.
Prince Fielder, “Women Lie, Men Lie,” Yo Gotti ft. Lil Wayne.
Casey McGehee, “Simple Man” by Shinedown.
Corey Hart has once again picked a ridiculous country song, “Hillbilly Bone” by Blake Shelton.
Jody Gerut and “Groove Me” by King Floyd.
Gregg Zaun, “Limelight” by Rush. Rock. ’n. Roll.
Comin’ in off the bench, Craig Counsell, of course, “All Along the Watchtower” by Jimi Hendrix. Here’s a live version, just to mix it up.
George Kottaras, “Going Back to Cali” by Notorious B.I.G.
On the DL, Jim Edmonds, “Crown of the Valley,” Jets to Brazil.
Carlos Gomez, “Prrum” by Cosculluela, “Louie Bag” by Bloodraw ft. Young Jeezy, and “El Sapito” by Villano Sam.
And the pitchers. Of course, much beloved is Todd Coffey for using “Unstable” the Ultimate Warrior’s Theme Song for his “Coffey Time” entrance.
And, of course, Trevor Hoffman, “Hells Bells” by AC/DC has become an important ritual at that “cathedral to baseball.”
Mitch Stetter also uses country music, “Sideways” by Dierks Bentley.
Yovani Gallardo, “If I Were You,” Urge.
Carlos Villanueva, “Vida Loca” by Arcangel.
Manny Parra, “I’m Comin’” by Silkk the Shocker.
Randy Wolf uses “By Demons Be Driven” by Pantera to bat, and “Bottom” by Tool to pitch.
Jeff Suppan uses “Locomotive Breath” by Jethro Tull to bat, and “Baba O’Riley” by The Who. Damn it. Even his music is old.