What song does your favorite Dodgers player use to walk up to the plate?
The NLCS will head to Dodger Stadium for Game 3 on Tuesday night. This means two things for the Dodgers players -- home cooking and their own personalized walk-up/warm-up music!
Players face a big decision when selecting the music which will accompany their walk to the batter's box or their time warming up on the mound. What's the right choice to adequately pump you up? Hip-hop? Country? Classic Rock? Pop? The options are endless
If you can't make it to Dodger Stadium to hear the final music selections of the Dodgers players, don't worry: There's a great way for you to still rock out to their songs. The Spotify playlist below consists of walk-up and warm-up music of Dodgers players including Clayton Kershaw, Corey Seager, Yasiel Puig, and more.
As you're enjoying the Dodgers' favorite tunes, you can test your knowledge of the players. Which song belongs to which player? Take the quiz below to see how well you can match player to song:
Below is a list of Dodgers and their walk-up/warm-up songs. Even more Dodger Stadium music can be found here.
Corey Seager: Chase Rice - "U Turn"
Justin Turner: Justin Timberlake - "(Oh No) What You Got"
Chase Utley: Led Zeppelin - "Kashmir"
Yasmani Grandal: Wale ft. Rick Ross - "Tats On My Arm"; The Game ft. Drake - "100"
Yasiel Puig: Secreto El Famoso - "Papa Dios Me Dijo"
Joc Pederson: Wale - "MyPYT"
Howie Kendrick: Hundred Waters ft. Chance The Rapper - "Show Me Love"
Clayton Kershaw: (pitching) Fun. - "We Are Young; (batting) The Chainsmokers - Let You Go"
Kenta Maeda: (pitching) OMI - "Hula Hoop"; (batting) Big Bang - "Bang Bang Bang"
Austin Barnes: Kid Cudi - "Alive"
Andre Ethier: Kanye West - "Waves"
Julio Urias: Banda El Recodo - "El Sinaloense"
Carlos Ruiz: Phil Collins - "In The Air Tonight"
Scott Van Slyke: Led Zeppelin - "Levee"
Enrique Hernandez: Yandel ft. J Balvin - "Acércate"; Ginuwine - "Pony"
Trayce Thompson: J. Cole - "Role Modelz"
Chris Hatcher: DJ Kool - "Let Clear My Throat"
Andrew Toles: Wale - "Sweet Life"
Rob Segedin: Rebelution - "Feeling Alright"; Beastie Boys - "Brass Monkey"; Dr. Dre - "Keep Their Heads Ringin'"
Jose De Leòn: Don Omar - "Danza Kuduro"
Charlie Culberson: Ayokay - "Kings Of Summer"
To hear this music blasting across the Dodgers Stadium speakers live, be sure to tune in to FS1 for Game 3 of the NLCS on Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.