The Los Angeles Dodgers 2017 Walk Up Songs

The official and complete list of the 2017 Los Angeles Dodgers walk up songs.

It's Time for Dodger Baseball.

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.

One of the best examples of this, was Dodgers' outfielder Andrew Toles who started the season with "All There," by Young Jeezy, but within hours of the release of Kendrick Lamar's "DAMN" album on April 14th, immediately requested his walk-up music be changed to "DNA," by the artist out of Compton.

We are now a quarter of the way through the season and that's ample enough time for the players on the Dodgers to send in their song requests and see what's working at the plate and what's not.

Courtesy of the Dodgers in-game mix master, DJ Severe, here are the 2017 Los Angeles Dodgers walk-up songs:

Corey Seager: "Thunder in the Rain," by Kane Brown

Enrique Hernandez: "Despacito," by Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee

Kenta Maeda: "Flash" by Perfume

Justin Turner: "Shape of You," by Ed Sheeran

Chase Utley: "Kasmir," by Led Zeppelin

Trayce Thompson: "Call Casting," by Migos

Yasmani Grandal: "Bounce Back," by Big Sean

Yasiel Puig: "Papa Dios me Dijo," by Secreto El Famoso Biberon

Joc Pederson: "Thunder," by Imagine Dragons

Clayton Kershaw: "Let You Go," by Chainsmokers

Chris Hatcher: "Let Me Clear My Throat," by DJ Kool

Chris Taylor: "Copperhead Road," by Steve Earle

Austin Barnes: "Congratulations," by Post Malone

Andre Ethier: "Waves," by Kanye West

Hyun-Jin Ryu: "Gagnam Style," by Psy

Andrew Toles: "DNA," by Kendrick Lamar

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

Rob Segedin: "Feeling Alright," by Rebelution 

Charlie Culberson: "Kings of Summer," by Ayokay

Sergio Romo: "El Mechon," by Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizarraga

Adrian Gonzalez: "El Mariachi Loco" 

Logan Forsythe: "Rocket," by Def Leppard

Cody Bellinger: "LAX Files," The Game

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

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

2017 Dodgers Walk-Up Songs

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