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We all knew it was coming at some point. Major League Baseball has finally embraced the idea of "entrance music" and recently compiled the jams for every player on all 30 of its teams. You can view those lists by clicking here. For those of you who are just interested in what Reds players are walking out to, here you go. And yes, some of them got carried away and have multiple songs.
Alfredo Simon - "Dile" (Don Omar)
Aroldis Chapman - "La Vida Es Un Carnaval" (Celia Cruz)
Brandon Phillips - "Everythang" (Young Jeezy), "Magic" (Future), "Mercy" (Kanye West), "Rack City" (Tyga), "Stay Schemin" (Rick Ross)
Bronson Arroyo - "Can't Stop" (Red Hot Chili Peppers), "Forty-Five" (Shinedown)
Chris Heisey - "We Don't Play" (Grits)
Devin Mesoraco - "Blaze Of Glory" (Bon Jovi)
Emmanuel Burriss - "Faded" (Tyga), "Function" (E40), &qu...
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