Blue Jays walk-up music facts- Part 2: Pitcher’s tunes

Apr 30, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista (19) and relief pitcher Roberto Osuna (54) celebrate after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Sousa-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 30, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista (19) and relief pitcher Roberto Osuna (54) celebrate after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Sousa-USA TODAY Sports /
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Apr 30, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista (19) and relief pitcher Roberto Osuna (54) celebrate after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Sousa-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 30, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista (19) and relief pitcher Roberto Osuna (54) celebrate after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Sousa-USA TODAY Sports /

Part 1 of the Blue Jay’s walk-up music facts featured the players in the batting lineup. Part two gives another exclusive look. This time, it’s the pitcher’s music.

We learned about their worst walk-up songs in Spring Training. But fans of the Toronto Blue Jays should notice that the players have a variety of different tastes in music.

What’s interesting is the different genres you hear since the players come from different backgrounds. It’s awesome to see what type of music they enjoy since it gives the fans an idea what music they’re into.

There’s even a website called MLB plate Music that gives fans a resource for songs that their favourite players use.

Surprisingly enough, Justin Smoak is the only batter to use a country song and the biggest shocker is that no batter used a Drake song.

Anyways, here is part two of the Blue Jays walk-up music facts. It’s the songs the pitchers chose when they come out to the mound and warm up.

Don’t worry, there’s a ton of variety in this article too. One pitcher used a popular folk song, and three pitchers used a country song. But most of all, one pitcher used Drake.

Next: Biagini, Estrada, and Grilli's tunes

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