9 MLB All-Stars & Their Country Music Walk-Up Songs

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There is no shortage of country music fans in Major League Baseball. Artists like Jason Aldean, Eric Church and Brantley Gilbert are all being cranked in locker rooms, through headphones on the plane, and during batting practice. However, nothing will get you in the right mindset at the plate or on the mound like the perfect walk-up song. We compiled a list of some of the best players in baseball last year and their favorite country music walk-up songs.

According to MLB.com, here our 9 of last year’s All-Stars and their country music walk-up songs.

Paul Goldschmidt:  “Every Night” – Florida Georgia Line

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Glen Perkins: “God’s Gonna Cut You Down” – Johnny Cash

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Zack Grienke: “Runnin Outta Moonlight” Randy Houser

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Madison Bumgarner: “Simple Man” – Lynyrd Skynyrd

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Adam Wainwright: “Song Of The South” – Alabama

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John Lester: “I Use What I Got – Jason Aldean

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Brett Gardner: “Hell On Wheels – Brantley Gilbert

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Buster Posey: “Hell On Wheels – Brantley Gilbert

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Bryce Harper: “Wagon Wheel” – Darius Rucker

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