Finally, here is my 2010 Colorado Rockies at-bat music post!
As always, I’ll update as I get more info. Sorry for all the blank spaces — this is just a start.
Joe Beimel: God’s Gonna Cut You Down by Johnny Cash
Matt Belisle: Schism by Tool
Jhoulys Chacin: Grito Mundial by Daddy Yankee
Aaron Cook: Superhero by In Stereo
Manuel (no longer Manny, apparently) Corpas
Jason Hammel: Riot by Three Days Grace
Huston Street: Hate Me Now by Nas (instrumental)
Chris Iannetta: The Red by Chevelle; Young Forever by Jay-Z
Miguel Olivo: One More Road to Cross by DMX
Paul Phillips: Your Love by The Outfield (This song also was (is?) used by Gordon Beckham of the Chicago White Sox.)
Clint Barmes: In the Air Tonight by Nonpoint; 8 Second Ride by Jake Owen
Jason Giambi: Wolfpac Theme by Kevin Nash (Label: World Championship Wrestling, Inc. Seriously.)
Todd Helton: These Are My People by Rodney Atkins (Maybe one day he’ll get a new song???)
Melvin Mora: La Vida Es Un Carnaval by Celia Cruz
Ian Stewart: A Star Is Born by Jay-Z; Airplanes by B.o.B. (Ian Stewart changes his music all the time.) According to Troy Renck on Twitter on 7/30: “Stewart has more walkup songs than Rodman had hairdos. Just heard Eminem’s “Not Afraid.” in this at-bat.”
Troy Tulowitzki: Party in the USA by Miley Cyrus (srsly) (If you’ve wondered something along the lines of “Why in the sam hell does Tulo use this ridiculously awful song?” you’re not alone. Joe Tone over at Westword wrote about it here. I suppose it’s a nice thought, but Troy is getting dangerously close to taking-himself-way-too-seriously territory.)
Dexter Fowler: I’m Back by T.I.
Carlos Gonzalez: Abusadora by Wisin & Yandel
Brad Hawpe: Coming Undone by Korn
Seth Smith: Jesus Freak by DC Talk
Ryan Spilborghs: Tainted Love by Soft Cell
Eric Young, Jr.: Stuntin’ Like My Daddy by Birdman feat. Lil Wayne; Carry Out by Timbaland and Justin Timberlake
Also! This is cool! If you want to listen to any of these songs, head over to Grooveshark. You can search for and listen to whatever you want, for free.
Update: The 2011 post is up here!