For Walk Out Wednesday this week, I have to steal a song from my teammate, Jayce Boyd, that he used this summer. Now, this song is strictly used for hitters, considering it commonly uses the phrase “light ’em up” multiple times. Not exactly something you want to hear as a pitcher. Either way, I really enjoy the song so I hope you do too. It’s by Fall Out Boy and it’s called My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark…..
This Thanksgiving edition of Walk Out Wednesday features another roommate and a fellow bullpen mate Beck Wheeler. Now, he stole this walkout from one of his college roommates so you have full permission to steal it from him as well. It’s a clubhouse favorite of ours, and it’s Louder Than Words by David Guetta and Afrojack. Hope you enjoy!
This Thanksgiving week edition of Walk Out Wednesday features another roommate and fellow bullpen buddy Beck Wheeler. Now, he stole his walkout from a buddy from college so feel free to steal this one from him! It’s a clubhouse favorite of ours. The song is Louder Than Words by David Guetta and Afrojack. Hope you enjoy!
A new Wednesday means another new walk out. Continuing the theme of using my current and former teammates, my teammate this summer and my road-roommate Stefan Sabol is giving us a different genre of music than I usually use. His song is a reggae song, which coming from Southern California, is a very popular music area for a lot of guys. So here it is I hope you like it. Love Me by J Boog!
This week’s Walk Out Wednesday features my roommate from this summer, Hunter Carnevale. His song is All The Above by Maino so listen up!
One of the more unique walkouts of the season, this is favorite song of mine because of the silly dance that comes with the song. It has a favorite of mine through college. The song is WOP by J-Dash and don’t be afraid to dance with it!
So, I have stated that a walk out song is very commonly used as a technique players take to get themselves pumped up. However, sometimes it just happens to be a song you like and doesn’t necessarily have to get you in the zone. My teammate this summer, Jeff Reynolds, had one of these songs as he used Tik Tok by Ke$ha. He used it later in the song right when the lyrics say “The party don’t start til I walk in,” which is clever and well-timed as he walked to the plate. So here is his walk out…..