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Here’s a definitive, opinion-based list ranking the Phillies‘ walk-up songs. Thanks to this list on, we can take a look at all the songs the Phillies have selected.

The Phillies’ Walk-Up Songs

The individual walk-up song has forever changed the ballpark experience for players and fans alike. The walk-up song not only serves as a way to get a crowd and players hype, but it also provides fans with some insight into the music taste of their favorite players.

These players pick whatever will get them excited to play. Whether it’s a slow jam, a funny song, or something that’s super epic, they pick what works for them.

This list in no way judges the Phillies players according to their stats or how great they are at the plate. It’s ranked based on how good the song is at hyping up the crowd and getting a player motivated to do their best. Of course, all music ranking is subjective, but in this case, there may be a definitive best and worst song.

Some of these Phillies have really iconic walk-up songs. So iconic, in fact, that the entire stadium will begin to loudly sing along as soon as the song starts to play, shouting out the name of the player who’s stepping up.

So here’s the list, ranking the Phillies’ walk-up songs:

  • 10. Trea Turner

    Look Ahead by Future
    Lay Low by Tiësto

    This is a kind of boring selection. Except “Look Ahead” is good. “Lay Low” is okay…but not very fitting. “Look Ahead” is really good for a baseball walk-up song. It’s solidly hype.

  • 9. Johan Rojas

  Kendrick Lamar
    Oh Oh Oh (Veo Veo) by Ceky Viciny
    Los Cabareces by El Rubio Acordeon

    Johan is a young guy, so he knows what’s good with music. A highlight here for me has to be “HUMBLE.” The Kendrick Lamar song is fantastic to hype a crowd up. “Oh Oh Oh (Veo Veo)” is also a fantastic choice!

  • 8. Nick Castellanos

    BACK TO ME by Kanye West, Ty Dolla $ign, and ¥$

    Castellanos has changed his walk-up song to something way more hype, and I could not be happier. “BACK TO ME,” from Kanye West’s new album really speaks to me. No, literally. He walks up to the spoken-word part at the beginning of the song. It’s fantastic.

  • 7. Edmundo Sosa

    Love Sosa by Chief Keef

    Wow. What a track. What a great idea. The song is about loving Sosa. Who else to walk up to it but Edmundo SOSA?! Great choice by all involved.

  • 6. Alec Bohm

    Famous by Kanye West

    “Famous” works so well for Bohm. There is a whole section of the song where it sounds like a female voice is singing his last name. That’s GOTTA hype you up as a player, right? This is one that has grown on a lot of fans.

  • 5. JT Realmuto

    Money & Fame by NEEDTOBREATHE

    The beginning of this song is like the soundtrack to a movie. How can you walk up to bat while this is playing and NOT feel like a badass? You’ll know it when you hear it. JT knew what he was doing when he picked this one. And only one. He’s a simple guy.

  • 4. Bryce Harper

    Flower by Moby
    Paradise by Bazzi
    Should’ve Been A Cowboy by Toby Keith
    Ride Wit Me by Nelly, City Spud

    Bryce, man. He’s got a lot. In my opinion, he can get rid of “Paradise,” because it’s too wimpy. “Flower” is iconic. You’ll know it when you hear it and immediately think of Bryce. He really only needs that one, but you can’t fault him for variety!

  • 3. Brandon Marsh

    444+222 by Lil Uzi Vert
    Pluto to Mars by Lil Uzi Vert

    Props to Marsh for including a Philly-born artist. These songs are fantastic for getting a crowd excited. You’ll likely recognize them when you hear them, and that’s probably because of Brandon Marsh. “444+222” is a certified banger.

  • 2. Kyle Schwarber

    Thuggish Ruggish Bone by Bone Thugs N Harmony
    Fantastic Voyage by Lakeside
    Cult of Personality by Living Colour
    Grove St. Party by Waka Flocka Flame

    Maybe it’s his tendency to hit Schwarbombs that grabs our attention as he steps up to bat. Maybe it’s his FIRE walk-up songs. All three of these tunes perfectly encapsulate the fire he’s about to bring to the field. He’s a dynamic player with some really dynamic walk-up songs.

  • 1. Bryson Stott

    jaiden on Twitter: "stott grand slam w/ no commentators thx to ESPN's dolby 5.1 mix / Twitter"

    stott grand slam w/ no commentators thx to ESPN's dolby 5.1 mix

    AOK by Tai Verdes

    This is likely one of the most legendary Phillies walk-up songs. As soon as this song starts playing, the whole crowd at the ballpark begins to sing along, knowing Stott is about to be up. You can hear the crowd going nuts in the video above before his iconic grand slam. It’s a great party song that has easy lyrics to learn.

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