Blue Jays walk-up music facts- Part 1: Batter’s music

Apr 23, 2017; Anaheim, CA, USA; Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Marcus Stroman (6) is congratulated by teammates right fielder Jose Bautista (right) and catcher Russell Martin (left) after throwing a complete game against the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 23, 2017; Anaheim, CA, USA; Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Marcus Stroman (6) is congratulated by teammates right fielder Jose Bautista (right) and catcher Russell Martin (left) after throwing a complete game against the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports /
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Apr 30, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis (29) during MLB game action against the Tampa Bay Rays at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Sousa-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 30, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis (29) during MLB game action against the Tampa Bay Rays at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Sousa-USA TODAY Sports /

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No Problem by Chance the Rapper feat. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz

Rolling Stone named this song as one of the 30 best songs of the first half of 2016. The music video features cameos by DJ Khaled and Young Thug.

‘No Problem’ comes from the debut album Coloring Books. Which went on to win Best Rap Album at the Grammys this year.

Troy Tulowitzki

Swish by Mike Stud

Michael Seander aka Mike Stud was a relief pitcher at Duke University and was teammates with Marcus Stroman during their time at Duke.

While recovering from Tommy John Surgery, Seander actually got his break when he released a music video for College Humor in December 2010.

‘Swish’ is the first track from his 2016 album These Days. The self-titled track features a music video that features Stroman.

It’s pretty cool that Tulo started to adopt this song, and it’ll be interesting to see how many cameos Marcus Stroman makes in the music world as his career, brand, and popularity develop. I’m sure he’s thankful for his teammate’s choice of tunes on this case, as Stud would be as well.

There you have it, Part 1 of the the Walk-Up songs for the 2017 Toronto Blue Jays, with Part 2 coming in the near future.

Next: Blue Jays: The case against Biagini as a starter

Which player has the best song from Part 1?

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