‘Hotel California,’ ‘Middle Child’ And Other Dodgers Walk-Up Songs For 2019 Season
Dodger Stadium view, 2018 World Series
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The calendar has turned to April, meaning Los Angeles Dodgers baseball is officially back for the 2019 season. Losers of two straight World Series, the club again has aspirations of making it back and winning it all for the first time since 1988 this year.

The Dodgers have started the year the right way, breaking multiple franchise and MLB records through the first week of the season.

In addition to their play on the field, games at Dodger Stadium gives fans a chance to hear the new walk-up songs that the players have selected for the 2019 season.

D.J. Severe, who is the resident DJ at Dodger Stadium, took to Twitter to reveal the exact songs that all of the players have selected:

Among the highlights are “Hotel California” by The Eagles, which Cody Bellinger is walking out to in 2019, at least for the time being. Justin Turner is always known to select good walk-up music, and one of his songs this year will be Brad Paisley’s “Gatorade.” Paisley wrote the song just for Turner to use.

Russell Martin returned to the Dodgers this offseason after a trade with the Toronto Blue Jays. He is using his old walk-up song, “Touch the Sky” by Kanye West, and has also added in “Middle Child” by J Cole.