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Marcus Stroman is back with a brand new verse on the latest Mike Stud track

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman in the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim, Calif., Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Christine Cotter) (Christine Cotter/AP)

We've all thought about it -- what would our walk-up songs be if we were somehow MLB players? It's an important choice to make. Should it be something exciting or weirdly soothing? Should it be from the most essential music collection of our time, "Jock Jams, Volume 1?"
Marcus Stroman has already made his decision for next season. On Sunday, he tweeted that he'd be walking up to "Shine," by fellow Duke alumnus Mike Stud, featuring … Marcus Stroman.

It's not the first time Stro has collaborated with Mike Stud -- he also had a verse on the remix of "These Days," in which he gave teammate Josh Donaldson a shoutout. In "Shine," he says hey to a whole stadium's worth of Blue Jays fans. Here's the beginning of his verse:
Hit them lights
I hit the switch
50,000 when I'm dealing in the Six
And you know they locked in on every pitch
Life crazy got the boy tagging me in pics
Listen to the track here (be warned - there is an instance of NSFW language).