If you have a hard time identifying the music that plays when different Cincinnati Reds batters approach the plate or when pitchers take the mound, you’re not alone.
Only small snippets of the walk-up music are played during the short walk from the batter’s box to the plate, and often they are new songs.
The Reds released a list of all the songs on Monday. Here’s what the Reds are listening to:
Michael Lorenzen: “Amazing Grace.”
Homer Bailey: “It Ain’t All Flowers,” by Sturgill Simpson.
Tucker Barnhart: “Getting Warmed up,” by Jason Aldean.
Adam Duvall: “Burning Man,” by Dierks Bentley featuring Brothers Osborne.
Brandon Dixon: “Start A Fire,” by Stephen, featuring IN-Q.
Matt Harvey: “Ain’t That a Kick In The Head,” by Dean Martin (RJD2 Remix).
Alex Blandino: “’O3 Bonnie & Clyde” by Jay-Z featuring Beyonce.
Anthony DeSclafani: “Encore,” by Jay-Z.
Amir Garrett: “God’s Plan,” by Drake.
Billy Hamilton: “I’m Upset,” by Drake; and “Air Forces,” by Young Jeezy.
Scooter Gennett: “Psycho,” by Post Malone, featuring Ty Dolla Sign.
David Hernandez: “Now It’s Personal,” by Kid Ink.
Raisel Iglesias: “Superbien,” by El Taiger.
Wandy Peralta: “Dura,” by Daddy Yankee.
Sal Romano: “I Get the Bag,” by Gucci Mane; and “Lemon,” by N.E.R.D. featuring Rihanna.
Jesse Winker: “Wasted,” by Lil Wayne.
Joey Votto: “Hard Knock Life,” by Jay-Z.
Luis Castillo: “X (Equis)” by Nicky Jam, featuring J. Balvin; and “Mi Forma De Ser,” by Ala Jaza.
Wandy Peralta: “Danza Kuduro,” by Don Omar.
Jose Peraza: “Siguelo Bailando,” by Ozuna.
Eugenio Suarez: “Bandolero,” by Don Omar, featuring Tego Calderon; “Criminal,” by Natti Natasha, featuring Ozuna; and “No Te Vas,” by Nacho.
Austin Brice: “My Own Summer,” by Deftones.
Curt Casali: “Safari Song,” by Greta Van Fleet.
Matt Harvey: “It’s Your Thing,” by the Isley Brothers.
Tyler Mahle: “Rooster,” by Alice In Chains.
Scott Schebler: “Listen to the Music,” by the Doobie Brothers; and “One Foot,” by Walk the Moon.
Billy Hamilton: “Before I Let Go,” by Frankie Beverley & Maze; “Return of the Mack,” by Mark Morrison.
Vallenato (Colombian folk music)
Jose Peraza: “Por Un Beso de Tu Boca,” by Silvestre Dangond.