Baseball Is BACK: Here’s 12 Of Our Favorite Country Walk-Up Songs

Jason Aldean wearing a cowboy hat

Baseball is BACK.

It’s no secret, but there is no shortage of country music fans in Major League Baseball. Artists like Jason Aldean, Eric Church and Luke Combs are constantly being cranked in locker rooms, during batting practice, while pitchers are warming up, and even during the game. Nothing will get you in the right mindset at the dish or on the mound like the perfect, full-throttle, walk-up song. Give me a little Eric Church and light breeze blowing out to left and I’ll be putting them into the seats at Wrigley.

The next time you’re at the ballpark, check out some of our favorite walk-up songs from some of the best in baseball.

1. Brock Holt (Boston Red Sox) – Cody Johnson’s “Dance Her Home”

2. Jon Lester (Chicago Cubs) – Jason Aldean’s “I Use What I Got”

3. Kyle Farmer (Cincinnati Reds) – Tim McGraw’s “Down On The Farm”

4. Chris Iannetta (Colorado Rockies) – Dierks Bentley’s “Burning Man”

5. Wade Miley (Houston Astros) – Brooks & Dunn’s “Hillbilly Deluxe”

6. Homer Bailey (Kansas City Royals) – Sturgill Simpson’s “It Ain’t All Flowers”

7. Cody Allen (Los Angeles Angels) – Eric Church’s “The Outsiders”

8. Cory Seager (Los Angeles Dodgers) – Chase Rice’s “U Turn”

9. Daniel Mengden (Oakland A’s) – Colter Wall’s “Sleeping On The Blacktop”

10. Joe Panik (San Francisco Giants) – Drake White’s “Living The Dream”

11. Paul Goldschmidt (St. Louis Cardinals) – Randy Houser’s “We Went”

12. Brandon Dozier (Washington Nationals) – Kip Moore’s “That’s Alright With Me”

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A beer bottle on a dock


A beer bottle on a dock