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Yasiel Puig has made a splash in Major League Baseball — for both good reasons and bad — since he debuted in June, and now he’s finally gotten his own theme music.
On Tuesday, the outfielder debuted his new walk-up song at Dodger Stadium. The ditty is an original song by a rapper named Mr. Criminal, and it’s called “Yasiel Puig.”
The lyrics (loosely translated, here) go something like:
“For all of my latinos, united/raise your hands/representing for all my Cubans, Dominicans, Mexicans, Argentines, Ecuadorians
“Mr. Criminal with that style/I’m coming to bat/I’m coming to swing
“Number one in the major league/from the bottom to the top/It’s that homie, Yasiel Puig”
And, well, you get the point. Listen to the song for yourself in the video below.
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