If you’ve been to an Astros game at Minute Maid Park, you may already be familiar with the players’ 2022 anthems. Here’s the list, according to mlb.com.
Houston – If you really want to know what the players on the Houston Astros 2022 World Series roster are like, you can start with their songs. From rap to rock and Latin pop to country, the songs are as diverse as the players themselves.
Fans who have been to a game at Minute Maid Park this season may be familiar with the walk-up songs that are played when each batter gets to the plate or a new pitcher takes the mound. Some even sing and rhyme to catchier tunes.
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Ballplayers love to switch things up so the songs differ from game to game, but here’s the Astros’ latest playlist, according to mlb.com.
2022 Houston Astros Walk Songs
Jose Altuve: “more than one” for 21 pesos
Jordan Alvarez: “Shark” by Elvis Crespo and Lemmy – T-2
Hunter Brown: Stranglehold by Ted Nugent
Aledmys Diaz: “Home and Life” by Yotuel, People of Area & Good Descemer
Mauricio Dupont: “The Effect” of Bad Bunny
Luis Garcia: “No one is eternal” Tito Rojas
Yuli Guriel: “Wrap Remix” by Anita and Justin Quills
David Hensley: “Rambo” by Bryson Teller
Christian Javier: “El Trote” by Roche RD
Martín Maldonado: “Cute Eyes” for Bad Bunny
Chas McCormick: “Don’t Play” by Travis Scott
Lance McCullers Jr.: “Surf Swag” by Lil Wayne
Jake Myers: “In The Air Tonight” by Phil Collins
Rafael Montero: “Our Song” by Elvis Crespo
Hector Neres: “La Muchachita” by Anthony Santo
Jeremy Peña: “Grillz” by Nelly
Ryan Presley: “God Will Cut You Off” by Johnny Cash
Kyle Tucker: “GOD DID” by DJ Khaled
Jose Urquidi: “El Corrido De Mazatlán” by Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizarraga
Framper Valdez: “Let Yourself Love” by Fernando Villalona
Christian Vasquez: “The Whistle” by Steve Aoki, Timmy Trumpet
Justin Verlander: “Until I Break Down” by Eminem