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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

2008 Boston Red Sox Walk Out Song Playlist

Here is a partial list of walk out songs for the 2008 Boston Red Sox.

In a standout move as surprising and welcome as his 11th inning game-winning home run [Reuters] two days ago, Jed Lowrie walks up to the classic "Teenage Kicks" by the Undertones. Didn't see that one coming. Josh Beckett has a song that starts right out using a big deficit in the bottom of the ninth as a metaphor for life's challenges.

Also of note, Kevin Youkilis' vote officially makes Rick Ross the third most popular artist from the walk out lists we've seen, behind only AC/DC and Metallica. So there you go.

Here is the current list, as provided by the Red Sox organization.

Jeff Bailey - "Moby Dick" by Led Zeppelin
Josh Beckett - "Rockstar" by Nickelback
Coco Crisp - "Sexy Can I" by Ray J feat. Yung Berg
Jacoby Ellsbury - "Cherub Rock" by Smashing Pumpkins
Jon Lester - "I Use What I Got" by Jason Aldean
Mike Lowell - "Iron Man" by Black Sabbath
Jed Lowrie - "Teenage Kicks" by The Undertones
David Ortiz - "Ayo Technology" by 50 Cent
Jonathan Papelbon - "Wild Thing" by The Troggs, "I'm Shipping Up To Boston" by Dropkick Murphys
Dustin Pedroia - "Dre Day" by Dr. Dre
Jason Varitek - "Me and My Gang" by Rascal Flatts
Kevin Youkilis - "Push It To The Limit" by Rick Ross

The playlists contain all the songs currently available in Rhapsody, listed separately below the playlist links.

2008 Boston Red Sox Walk Out Song Playlist [Rhapsody Online Version]

2008 Boston Red Sox Walk Out Song Playlist [Rhapsody Player Software Version]

Rockstar - Nickelback
Sexy Can I - Ray J feat. Yung Berg
Cherub Rock - Smashing Pumpkins
I Use What I Got - Jason Aldean
Iron Man - Black Sabbath
Teenage Kicks - The Undertones
Ayo Technology - 50 Cent
Wild Thing - The Troggs
I'm Shipping Up To Boston - Dropkick Murphys
F@ck Wit Dre Day - Dr. Dre
Me And My Gang - Rascal Flatts

Procedural Note: This is the last official walk out music playlist in the series. The Angels, Tigers, and Nationals claimed to be unable to track such information, and all remaining teams didn't reply. I think we've gotten a good idea of what's going on out there, though. I'll put together a single post to centralize links to the full set.

Enjoy the rest of the 2008 baseball season, folks!


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