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Take a listen to these 10 Grammy-worthy MLB musical performances

10 Grammy-worthy performances by MLB stars

In honor of the 57th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, here's a list of 10 memorable music performances in recent baseball history. Dance along if you'd like, but please, no twerking.

Bronson Arroyo released his debut album in 2005 and has performed everything from World Series anthems to Goo Goo Dolls covers. Here he is teaching the kids:

Steve Sax in a wig, Vin Scully dancing ... The Dodgers get Marvelous in 1985:

Bernie Williams, a Latin Grammy nominee, strums the national anthem before a Nets game:

Jason Kipnis pays tribute to Adele in between pitches:

Tommy Lasorda gives us a little taste of Sinatra:

Trevor Bauer spits HARD about the Indians' hopes of winning a World Series on "Gutter to the Grail":

Who doesn't want to hear Ken Griffey Jr. rap?

The Rays rookies perform "Call Me Maybe" in 2012 ... while wearing onesies:

Hyun-Jin Ryu is taking over K-poptwo songs at a time:

And finally, here are the Mets delivering some good ole' fashioned holiday cheer:

This post originally published Jan. 26, 2014.