Most intimidating walk up songs

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The Orioles’ 2017 season is now in full swing and, much like you, I am thrilled about the Birds’ hot start.

While there are many topics that require further analysis at this point in the season (e.g., slumping sluggers, Gausman’s ERA, upcoming roster moves, etc.), I have chosen to write this post about a far less publicized matter: music.

Key Lyrics: "I'ma do this one for my homies gone/ the judge hit the hammer they ain't coming home/ We all are from the danger zone/ the devil pulled the card and he said choose one."Analysis: The track's music video stars Michael K.

Williams, who played the iconic anti-hero Omar Little in HBO's "The Wire." Williams' character is best known for his signature scar and his foreboding, shotgun-wielding walk that usually precludes violence. After adding adding 25 pounds of muscle this offseason and taking over the cleanup spot in South Carolina's lineup, SEC pitchers may come to feel the same way about Cullen.

Reed Scott cemented his status as the quintessential '90s baby by making the "Space Jam" theme song synonymous with the seventh inning at Founders Park. This year's crop is a fairly predictable blend of hip-hop and country, but there are a few clear frontrunners for most intimidating walk-up songs of 2017.

The Good Chris Cullen, sophomore catcher: "Hendrix" by Wyclef Jean, 2016.Doesn't he know that Yankees' closer Mariano "The Sandman" Rivera has been using that song in the Bronx for years?Rivera has said that he doesn't mind (he prefers Christian music), but that hasn't stopped Yankees fans from mocking Wagner (even though he's been using the song since 1996, a few years before Rivera).That's probably because it's free: your body makes it when sunlight touches your skin.Drug companies can't sell you sunlight, so there's no promotion of its health benefits.Truth is, most people don't know the real story on vitamin D and health.

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