The Sounds of Orioles

The Baltimore Orioles have had a great season. Now they are in the playoffs, which they haven’t been in since Elton John’s “Candle in the Wind” was the number one song in the country in 1997. Though you wont hear that song, music at an Orioles game has always been important. You will hear YMCA, Country Boy, and even some Motorhead as the Orioles take the field for the first inning. It’s not just important for the fans either, even the players get to pick out their own music to pump them up before stepping into the batters box or toeing the rubber. Below is a list of some current roster Orioles and their songs, which may change mid season if they are in a slump. Take a listen to the story below as well to hear more about the music at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

O-R-I-O-L-E-S spells Magic.


Nate McLouth  – For You by Staind

Manny Machado – Otis by Kanye/Jay Z

Jake Arrierta – Bad Company by Five Finger Death Punch

Zach Britton – Closure by The Continuums

Wei-Yin Chen – Just A Dream by Nelly

Jason Hammel – Panic Switch by Silversun Pickups

Jim Johnson – The Pretender by Foo Fighters

Brian Matusz – Secrets by Loose Cannon Trio

Darren O’Day – Thickfreakness by The Black Keys

Pedro Strop –  Si Yo Fuera Envidiaso by Mr. Manyao

Xavier Avery – X Gon’ Give It To Ya by DMX

Matt Weiters – Barefooting Blue Jean by Jake Owen

Robert Andino – Pirates by Rick Ross

Wilson Betemit – Guariboa by Ellos Tan Apechao

Chris Davis – Mystery Of You by Red

Ryan Flaherty – Wild Rover by Dropkick Murphys

J.J. Hardy – Flower by Moby

Mark Reynolds – Country Boy by Aaron Lewis

Endy Chavez – 7 Locas by Don Miguelo

Adam Jones – Lollipop by Lil Wayne

Nick Markakis – Deliverance by Bubba Sparks



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