Every Minnesota Twins walk-up song for 2024 season

Here's every walk-up song for the Minnesota Twins this season.
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Another season of Minnesota Twins baseball is back, something that was truly ushered in with the Target Field home opener on April 4th.

The last time we had watched the Twins at Target Field they were in the playoffs, and not only that but deeper than the team had been in twenty years. It was an incredible run that saw the Twins end a 19-year postseason losing streak and win its first playoff since 2002.

It's safe to say it was a long time coming, and the sounds of joyous baseball bouncing off the walls of Target Field was very much welcomed. While the team sort of dropped the ball in the offseason when it came to building ontop of what was already working, having Twins baseball back in our lives is still something to celebrate.

One sound that is instantly back in our lives is the booming bass of walk-up songs, something that seems simple but is so closely associated with each individual player.

Every Minnesota Twins walk-up song for 2024 season

Note: This list will be updated as players are called up throughout the season. Any player who spent time on the MLB roster will be included and won't be removed if they get sent down.

With Target Field officially christened for a new season, we have a new list of walk-up songs that will be used throughout the season by each player.

Player

Song

Artist

Time Mark

Byron Buxton

Return Of The Mack

Marc Morrison

0:00

Willi Castro

Que No Remix

El Alfa, Chocoleyrol

0:00

Willi Castro (x2)

TATARA REMIX

Lomiiel

0:09

Carlos Correa

Monaco

Bad Bunny

0:27

Kyle Farmer

God's Country

Blake Shelton

0:45

Ryan Jeffers

Ms. Poli Sci

Paul Russell & Khary

0:00

Edouard Julien

Reseaux

Niksa

0:03

Edouard Julien (x2)

Armed and Dangerous

Juice WRLD

0:02

Max Kepler

Nikes On My Feet

Mac Miller

0:00

Alex Kirilloff

Armies

KB

0:55

Manuel Margot

Estaré

Tercer Cielo

0:00

Austin Martin

Thank God

Travis Scott

1:37

Carlos Santana

Di Di Di

Braulio Fogon (Ft. Don Forty Five)

0:11

Christian Vázquez

Bonita

Daddy Yankee

0:50

Christian Vázquez (x2)

The Whistle

Steve Aoki x Timmy Trumpet x DJ Aligator

0:25

Matt Wallner

White Horse

Chris Stapleton

1:13

One walk-up song that sticks out right away is Byron Buxton bringing back 'Return of the Mack'. This feels along the lines of T.I.'s 'What You Know About That?' song being so closely associated with Joe Mauer in the mind of Twins fans, as hearing that song and watching him walk to the plate just feels right.

A few players couldn't settle on just a single song and picked a few options. Eddy Julien, Christian Vázquez, and Willi Castro all have two songs that they'll alternate between throughout the season.

Batters aren't the only ones with walk-up songs, and it's not even just the relievers out of the bullpen who get their own hype music. All five Twins starters have designated songs, with each one hitting just about every corner of the music world.

Player

Song

Artist

Time Mark

Pablo López

Tú me quemas

Chino y Nacho

0:00

Joe Ryan

Fire On The Mountain

Grateful Dead

0:00

Bailey Ober

For Those About To Rock

AC/DC

0:00

Chris Paddack

Square Dance

Eminem

0:00

Louie Varland

Kickstart My Heart

Mötley Crüe

0:00

Jorge Alcala

Rave no Escurinho Bota a Nao na Parede

Davizin, MC Topre

0:00

Daniel Duarte

El Corrido Del Fulano

Perdidos de Sinaloa

0:16

Kody Funderburk

Thunderstruck

AC/DC

0:00

Jay Jackson

I Be

Key Glock

1:24

Griffin Jax

X Gon' Give It To Ya

DMX

0:00

Steven Okert

Kings of Summer (Single Version)

Ayokay, Quinn, XCII

1:08

Cole Sands

Sandstorm

Darude

0:10

Brock Stewart

Man In A Box

Alice in Chains

0:00

Notably missing from this list -- for now -- is Jhoan Duran, Caleb Thielbar, and Justin Topa, all of whom are on the IL to start the season. Each will work their way back into the bullpen picture once they are healthy, which means more walk out music for Twins fans to add to their playlist.

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