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A player's walk-up song, whether it's heading to the mound or the batter's box, can tell a lot about a player.
Does Prodigy's 'Firestarter' match Perez's mentality? Lance Berkman has found his touch again with the St. Having a song that fits him certainly helps matters.
Johnny Cash's "God's Gonna Cut You Down" is definitely not the type of song you would expect a power hitter to come out to at first glance, but the way that Johnny Cash plays this makes it work, at least for Berkman.
Injury is his sickness, and I know that Marlins fans want that sickness gone.
Then he can finally concentrate on taking batters down again.
Jared Burton's not a household name, but during his time with the Cincinnati Reds, this theme certainly got people's attention.
Hopefully he'll bring it with him to the Minnesota Twins, who he'll be pitching for this coming season.
Bon Jovi's "Livin' on a Prayer" is an iconic '80s song, and maybe it fit him better than originally thought, given that he was rather deep on the Rockies depth chart. Dustin Ackley has already shown great promise in his rookie season with the Seattle Mariners, and he looks like he's going to be great for them for a long time. Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Simple Man" may not fit him perfectly, but it's a great song, and he certainly is at the top of the Mariners' list when it comes to good walk-up music.
Josh Johnson's song is fitting in a rather odd sort of way.
After all, he's got 2,000 hits, a World Series ring, and many All-Star appearances; he doesn't have much to be sorrowful about.