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Walk It Off! The Los Angeles Dodgers 2019 Walk Up Songs

The official and complete list of the 2019 Los Angeles Dodgers walk up songs.



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    Pitcher Clayton Kershaw #22 of the Los Angeles Dodgers is greeted by his teammates as they line up for an Opening Day game against Arizona Diamondbacks at Dodger Stadium on March 28, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

    Walk it off. 

    A player's walk-up music is often one of the most underrated aspects of the game of baseball. In a sport clouded by how much time is wasted, the walk-up song offers an opportunity for a player to not only entertain fans, but also give them a brief glimpse into their personality. 

    Every year, NBC LA brings you the walk-up songs for your Los Angeles Dodgers.

    Early in the season, it's an afterthought for players, some prefer to keep the same music year-after-year for superstitious reasons—cough, Clayton Kershaw—others, will constantly change their music throughout the season as new music comes out, adjusting to their mood throughout the season.

    Most of the 2019 roster changed their music this season, with Cody Bellinger bringing it back to 1976. Others, you've never heard before as newcombers A.J. Pollock, Joe Kelly, and Russell Martin brought new songs to this season.

    Courtesy of the Dodgers in-game mix master, DJ Severe, here are the 2019 Los Angeles Dodgers walk-up songs (UPDATED on Aug. 1):

    Joc Pederson: "Can't Stop The Feeling!" by Justin Timberlake

    Corey Seager: "Take it From Me," by Jordan Davis

    Justin Turner: "(Oh no) What You Got" by Justin Timberlake & "Old Town Road Remix" by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus

    A.J. Pollock: "The Chain," by Fleetwood Mac

    Cody Bellinger: "Hotel California," by The Eagles

    Chris Taylor: "Copperhead Road" by Steve Earle and "Zombie," by the Cranberries

    Enrique Hernandez: "La Romana," by Bad Bunny

    Max Muncy: "Welcome to the Party" by Diplo, French Montana and Lil Pump, "Hope," by Chainsmokers, and "E.I." by Nelly.

    Austin Barnes: "Who? What!" by Travis Scott

    Alex Verdugo: "Volver Volver" by Vicente Fernandez

    David Freese: "Cochise," by Audioslave

    Russell Martin: "Touch the Sky," by Kanye West & "Middle Child," by J. Cole

    Will Smith: "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," by DJ Jazzy Jeff and Will Smith

    Clayton Kershaw: "We Are Young" by fun. and "Let You Go" by The Chainsmokers

    Kenta Maeda: "Mugenmirai" by Perfume and "Ignition" by R. Kelley

    Rich Hill: "Even Flow" by Pearl Jam

    Walker Buehler: "Hail to the King" by Avenged Sevenfold

    Ross Stripling: "Like I Love You" by Justin Timberlake

    Hyun-Jin Ryu: "Korean Monster" by JED

    Scott Alexander: "Who Am I" by Snoop Dogg

    Julio Urias: "El Sinaleonse," by Banda El Recodo

    Kenley Jansen: "California Love," by 2Pac, Roger, and Dr. Dre

    Brock Stewart: "Closer," by Kings of Leon

    Joe Kelly: "Party Up," by DMX

    If you want to listen to any of these songs, we made a Spotify Playlist of them available here: 

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