May 17, 2009

Yet Another Reason To Like J.D. Drew

Red Sox Insider has posted each player's intro/at-bat music:
Drew - (no music by choice)

9 comments:

Patrick said...

Looking through that list, I'm not surprised, but still disappointed to see so much mainstream rap.

vrictare said...

So many of them match the people perfectly: Lowrie isn't alright currently, Beckett lives hard, Lester uses what he's got, Wake definitely wants it a lot, Oki's...well, how could it not fit?, and Pap's is just perfectly high-energy.

And Youk...is a Soulja boy?

accudart said...

come on redsox, you don't want to stroll to the plate with Rolling Stones, Replacements or Black Flag?

redsock said...

When I want to listen to music, I will pull out a record or CD.

If I want to listen to blasting commercials, I will stay home and crank up my TV.

When I am at the ball park, I want to simply enjoy the game. Without all the bullshit bells and whistles.

L-girl said...

Hurrah for Drew, fighting the good fight against needless noise in baseball.

Oh god I'd better not get started. What I wouldn't give for one game - one game, live - without amplified music and sound effects.

*sigh*

Amy said...

True confession: Almost all of those songs are entirely unfamiliar to me...

redsock said...

There's Ortiz's problem: he has music by someone named "Daddy Yankee".

richard said...

Someone needs to take the high road and can this crappola.

I'm with Amy - most of these songs are entirely unfamiliar to me (this probably says something unflattering about me!). Gotta love Baldelli's Hendrix choice, however. But not at the ballpark, please.

Pandyora said...

It is sad that the absence of cardiovascular organs renders Drew impervious to music.