With Opening Day right around the corner, it's time to see what Texas Rangers at-bat songs you will be irritated with by the end of April.
Each player gets to choose their own song, giving fans a rare look into the personal tastes of their baseball heroes.
Unsurprisingly, Neftali Feliz, Alexi Ogando and Adrian Beltre went with Latin music, while Josh Hamilton's song choices honored Jesus.
I guess I'm getting old because I haven't heard of most of the stuff that was chosen. For the full list, courtesy of Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News, click after the jump.
David Murphy: Strong Tower (Kutless); Take My Life (Third Day)
Mitch Moreland : Homeboy (Eric Church)
Mike Napoli: Magic (T.I)
Neftali Feliz: Con Los Pies (Chimbala)
Brandon Snyder: Take it Outside (Brantley Gilbert)
Alexi Ogando: Latinos in Paris (Pitbull)
Michael Young: Heart of the City (Jay Z); Down (311)
Elvis Andrus: Al Se Eu Te Pego (Michel Telo); Lovumba (Daddy Yankee)
Ian Kinsler: Black Betty (Ram Jam); Superstition (Stevie Wonder)
Mark Lowe: Copperhead Road (Steve Earle)
Adrian Beltre: Pa Que Retocen (Tego Calderon)
Craig Gentry: Breakdown (Tantric); Mean To Live (Switchfoot)
Joe Nathan: Stand Up (Steel Dragon)
Josh Hamilton: Trust in Jesus (Third Day); Save Your Life (Newsboys); Blessing and Honor (Phillips, Craig and Dean)
Derek Holland: Paper Cut (Linkin Park)