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CINCINNATI - A Cincinnati Reds player is next in the lineup. As he makes his way to home plate, a burst of music from the speakers resonates throughout the ball park. Ah, the walk up song.
Fans couldn't get enough of last year's walk up songs . Remember Joey Votto's "Paint It Black" by the Rolling Stones? Brandon Phillips had five at-bat tunes, including "Stay Schemin'" by Rick Ross and "Mercy" by Kanye West. Both of Todd Frazier's songs were Frank Sinatra favorites, "Fly Me To The Moon" and "Come Fly With Me."
- MORE from WCPO.com > The Reds 2012 walk up songs: http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/sports/baseball/reds/who-has-the-best-reds-at-bat-music
The Reds have not yet released the 2013 playlist just yet, but while we wait for Opening Day to find out, the 9 On Your Side team has come up with its own playlist: If we had to select ONE song that would introduce us to the world, what would it be?
Denny Janson, Sports Anchor -- What a Fool Believes (The Doobie Brothers)
Carol Williams, Anchor -- Respect (Aretha Franklin)
Steve Raleigh, Chief Meteorologist -- Walk This Way (Aerosmith)
Tanya O'Rourke, Anchor -- Try (Pink), Home (Phillip Phillips), Runaway Baby (Bruno Mars)
Larry Handley, Meteorologist -- Roll If Ya Fall (Barefoot Truth)
Adam Marshall, Traffic Reporter -- Copperhead Road (Steve Earle)
Kathrine Nero, Anchor -- The B*tch Is Back (Elton John); She's Country (Jason Aldean)
Kendall Herold, MMJ/Reporter -- Rosalita (Bruce Springsteen)
Tony Mirones, MMJ/Reporter -- Me Without You (Toby Mac)
Chris Graves, Managing Editor -- Devil with the Blue Dress On(Mitch Ryder)
Holly Edgell, Community Editor -- Everybody Wants to Rule the World (Tears for Fears)
Jenny Bak, Community Manager -- Fat Bottomed Girls (Queen)
Libby Cunningham, Community Manager -- Stronger (Kelly Clarkson)
Lucy May, Digital Reporter -- I Will Survive (Gloria Gaynor)
Jay Warren, MMJ/Reporter -- Back in Black (AC/DC)
Jason Law, I-Team Reporter -- Breaking the Law (Judas Priest)
Mary Tignor, Producer -- Don't You Worry Child (Swedish House Mafia)
Philip Lee, Sports -- The Game (Motorhead)
Griffin Frank, Producer -- Knee Deep (Zac Brown Band)
Nick Helton, Producer -- This Town (O.A.R.)
Matt Luken, Director -- Kashmir (Led Zepplin)
Dan Monk, Digital Reporter -- I Ain't Ever Satisfied (Steve Earle)
Scott Wegener, MMJ -- Teenage Wasteland (The Who)
Sherry Hughes, Meteorologist -- The Power (Snap)
Candace Gamel, Associate Producer -- Pour It Up (Rihanna)
Alyssa Dailey, Web Editor -- Supermassive Black Hole (Muse)
Sarah Walters, Meteorologist -- Girl on Fire (Alicia Keys)
If YOU had to pick your own walk up song, what would it be? Connect with me on Twitter @jennyfromthebak and share your song selection with me. I can't wait to hear what you pick!
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