Hear the Orioles' 2011 entrance songs: Van Halen, T.I., Scandinavian house
All ball players have entrance songs.
When the Orioles face the Detroit Tigers today, they will be introduced to fans at Oriole Park to a soundtrack of hip hop, country, even Scandinavian house.
A story in today's paper looks at the tradition of entrance songs, and why the Orioles' choices this year suggest they're in a fighting mood.
Below, hear the entrance tracks of Nick Markakis, Adam Jones, Jason Berken, Vladimir Guerrero, and others chose this year and last.
Orioles' 2011 entrance songs:Jason Berken: "Right Now" - Van Halen
Vladimir Guerrero: "Calabria" - Enur featuring Nastasja
Adam Jones: "I'm Illy" - T.I.
Nick Markakis: "Deliverance" - Bubba Sparxxx
Warning Track Power's follow-up to "How 'Bout Them O's" is "Oh Oh Orioles," and it can be heard here.
Orioles' 2010 Entrance songs:
Jeremy Guthrie - "Down" - Jay Sean
Brian Matusz: "God's Gonna Cut You Down" - Johnny Cash
Brian Roberts: "Keys to the Kingdom" - Group 1 Crew
Luke Scott: "Rock You Like a Hurricane," according to the Orioles' spokeswoman, mixed with "Star Wars" - Scorpions
Felix Pie: "Hasta Abajo" - Don Omar
Cesar Izturis: "Hypnotize" - Notorious B.I.G.
Matt Wieters: "If Today Was Your Last Day' - Nickelback
The Orioles' Opening Day lineup is at Orioles Insider.
Photo: Jason Berken (Baltimore Sun)