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Best MLB Walk Up Rap Songs 2017 – National League Edition

posted by Luis Hernandez May 19, 2017

Last week we gave you the American League edition of walk up songs. This week we’re back with the National League version and it’s even more fire. Check it out below!

Matt Kemp – Atlanta Braves

Slide – Calvin Harris feat. Frank Ocean & Migos

Matt Kemp really out here with the smoothest walk-up song in game. Respect.

Brandon Phillips – Atlanta Braves

Mask Off – Future

Nothing says home run like “Percocet, Molly, Percocet”. Brandon Phillps understands.

Dansby Swanson – Atlanta Braves

Might As Well – Future

Although this Atlanta phenom is having a down year so far, its only a matter of time until he picks it up and this song will definitely help with that.

Jay Bruce – New York Mets

Pubic Service Announcement – Jay-Z

PSA the Mets are trash this year, although, I’m now thinking they could turn it around after seeing one of their star players has great music taste.

Andrew Toles – Los Angeles Dodgers

DNA – Kendrick Lamar

One of the Dodgers more speedy outfielders and with DNA playing in the background he might steal 100 bases this year.

Christian Arroyo – San Francisco Giants

Glychester – Drake

I don’t know who Christian Arroyo is, but I got to hand it to him for already making a name for himself by picking one of Drake’s best tracks to walk up too.

Billy Hamilton – Cincinnati Reds

Both – Gucci Mane feat. Drake

I love this choice, nothing says I’m gonna gonna get a hit like Drake rapping about being intoxicated.

Joey Votto – Cincinnati Reds

Humble – Kendrick Lamar

Joey Votto is easily one of the best first basemen in the game and using this Kendrick track will only solidify that even further.

 

Dexter Fowler – St. Louis Cardinals

Congratulations – Post Malone feat. Quavo

I miss you Dex, its weird not seeing you on the North side anymore. However, congratulations on the new contract, you deserve it.

Greg Garcia РSt. Louis Cardinals 

My Time – Fabolous

I hate the Cardinals. Although, if you use a throwback Fabolous song as a walk up track I might end up rooting for you like Greg Garcia.

Joe Panik – San Francisco Giants

Moment of Clarity – Jay-Z

One of the most underrated players in the league with one of the most underrated Jay tracks. Genius.

Gregory Polanco – Pittsburgh Pirates

Moves – Big Sean

This beat goes crazy and hearing this over stadium would get me so pumped up. I see you Gregory.

Ryan Braun – Milwaukee Brewers

Glow – Drake feat. Kanye West

Don’t Grow Up, Glow Up. Ryan Braun gets it. Well sort of, if you erase from your mind that he did steroids.

Dee Gordon – Miami Marlins

XO Tour Llif3 – Lil Uzi Vert

Coming out to “I don’t really care if you cryyyy” is probably the funniest walk up track of the year. However, this TM88 beat goes so hard it makes sense.

Giancarlo Stanton – Miami Marlins

Crazy Brazy – A$AP MOB

Finally someone uses an A$AP Rocky song and it comes from none other than the best Home Run hitter in the game. Definitely not a coincidence.

Kenley Jansen – Los Angeles Dodgers

California Love – Tupac

Sometimes Closers get walk out songs from the bullpen and it happens that Kenley has one of the best out there, so it has to make the list. (Tupac we know you’re alive and probably have been to a Dodgers game this year)

Jason Heyward – Chicago Cubs

Tunnel Vision – Kodak Black

Jason Heyward always has the most fire songs on the Cubs and he’s back at it again with Young Metro on the beat.

Addison Russell – Chicago Cubs

Can’t Tell Me Nothing – Kanye West

Last year Addison Russell took the league by storm by picking No Problem, this year he’s at it again with a classic Kanye track.

Kyle Schwarber – Chicago Cubs

Thuggish Ruggish Bone – Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

This song choice is seriously amazing. If Kyle Schwarber wasn’t already the most likeable guy in the league, he is now.

Kris Bryant – Chicago Cubs

Warm It Up Kriss – Kriss Kross

I love that Kris Bryant understands the power of this classic hit and based on his numbers its helped him reach elite status.

Ian Happ – Chicago Cubs

Oh Boy – Cam’ron

Ian Happ, the recent Cubs call-up from the Minor Leagues has had an instant impact on the team. I would say most of that is thanks to having this Killa Cam track as his walk up track.

Wade Davis – Chicago Cubs

Ackrite – Dr. Dre

The Cubs new closer is not only the best in the game, he also has the best walk out song from the bullpen with this throwback Dr. Dre. What A G.

Funny:

Wilmer Flores – New York Mets

Friends Theme Song

At first you may think this is a weird choice, however, it turns out Wilmer watched Friends in the minor leagues to learn english Lol. This low key might be the most fascinating story in the whole MLB.

 Yoenis Cespedes РNew York Mets

Circle of Life – Lion King

I honestly don’t know what is the deal with this, but seeing Mets fans embrace it is by far one of the funniest thing I’ve seen on the internet.

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