Daily Create 2/1/24

Walk up songs have been around baseball since the 1970s. The walk up songs were played by an organist named Nancy Faust at the Chicago White Sox games. These songs are meant for the player to listen to his song for a brief second before he steps up to the plate to hit. Helping the player “lock in” for his at bat. I would choose “Everybody Loves the Sunshine” by Roy Ayers. I like the intro to this song and it would help me lock in when I am about to play.


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