Wednesday, March 22 2023

DJ BCraw picks Giants’ walk-up songs, hilariously trolls Belt originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

SAN FRANCISCO — The fans who showed up for the Giants’ final home game at Oracle Park did not get to see Logan Webb as expected, but Brandon Crawford made sure they still got some unanticipated entertainment out of the latest bullpen game.

As he has done just about every year since 2015, Crawford changed all of the walk-up and walk-out songs for his teammates. That meant that when Scott Alexander came out to serve as the opener, he warmed up to “Back Here” by BBMak, an English pop group that was briefly popular two decades ago. Alexander was followed on the mound by fellow lefty reliever Thomas Szapucki, who warmed up to Miley Cyrus.

Here’s the full list released by the Giants, including songs for several players who are on the IL (it is a serious process for the clubhouse DJ):

Wilmer Flores: “Single Saturday Night” Cole Swindell, “Friends In Low Places” Garth Brooks

LaMonte Wade Jr.: “Life in the City” The Lumineers, “Go Flex” Post Malone

Mike Yastrzemski: “Moose Knuckle Shuffle” Hot Country Knights, “Cocoon” Migos

Thairo Estrada: “Bueno” Estrada Baby, “Bullet and a Target” Citizen Cope Longoria, “Young Forever” Jay-Z, “Call Me” Blondie

J.D. Davis: “Good and Gone” Mitchell Tenpenny, “OMG” Usher

Austin Wynns: “All I Do Is Win” DJ Khaled, “Winnie the Pooh” Disney Studio Chorus

Joey Bart: “Night Train” Jason Aldean, “Take a Little Ride” Jason Aldean

Joc Pederson: “Badd” Ying Yang Twins, “It’s Goin Down” Yung Joc (start)

Austin Slater: “Losing It” Fisher, “To the Moon- Gunna Remix” Jnr Choi, Gunna, Sam Tompkins

David Villar: “Bossy” Kelis, “The Boss” Rick Ross

Jason Vosler: “Stronger” Kanye West, “Pure Water” Mustard, Migos

Ford Proctor: “Life Is A Highway” Rascal Flatts, “Grand” Kane Brown

John Brebbia: “Gangster’s Paradise” Coolio

Tyler Rogers: “Down Under” Men at Work

Scott Alexander: “Back Here” BBMak

Jarlin Garcia: “Livin La vida Loca” Ricky Martin

Alex Young: “Die Young” Ke$ha

Shelby Miller: “Come On Over” Christina Aguilera

Yunior Marte: “Escape” Enrique Iglesias

Camilo Doval: “One Hundred” NF

Thomas Szapucki: “Party in the USA” Miley Cyrus

Jharel Cotton: “A Thousand Miles” Vanessa Carlton

Luis Ortiz: “Bye Bye Bye” *NSYNC

Sean Hjelle: “Peanut Butter Jelly” Galantis

Logan Webb: “Shut It Down” Drake

Carlos Rodon: “Mo Money Mo Problems” Notorious BIG

Alex Cobb: “It’s Corn” Tariq

Jakob Junis: “The Spins” Mac Miller

Brandon Belt: “Fragile” Taylor Swift, “Hey Brother” Avicii [Editor’s note: The Taylor Swift song is called “Delicate”]

Tommy LaStella: “Whip My Hair” Willow, “Dead and Gone” TI

Alex Wood: “You’ve Got a Friend In Me” Randy Newman

Luis Gonzalez: “Luis Gonzalez” La Ley De Michoacán, “Coming In Hot” Andy Mineo, Lecrae

Crawford started changing teammates’ songs for the final home game in 2015, a year that is still some of his best work (George Kontos warmed up to “I’m Too Sexy” and Brett Bochy got “Stuntin’ Like My Daddy”). As always, he had some fun with close friend Brandon Belt, who is out for the year after having knee surgery.

Crawford has one more year left on his contract and he should be able to go big next season. The Giants plan to install new speakers at Oracle Park over the offseason.

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