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Pump up the bass hits: L.A. Dodgers' at-bat songs for 2012

Matt Kemp will walk up to bat this year to the sound of
Matt Kemp will walk up to bat this year to the sound of "Spend It" by 2 Chainz or ?"I'm A Boss (Remix)" by Meek Mill. Others will listen to songs from AC/DC, E-40, The Killers and more.
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Tuesday marks the 50th anniversary for the Dodgers playing at Chavez Ravine, and what a better way to celebrate than with some hard rock and hoochie mama jamz as the players get announced to the batter's box?

From new hip-hop hits to alt-rock anthems, according to the Dodgers' PR spokesman the songs are a fluid system where the songs can change on a daily basis. Thus you will see that some of the players below will have several different songs.

Chad Billingsley, #58, pitcher

 "T.N.T" AC/DC

*Billingsley seems to have a particular affinity for the Aussie hard rock anthem as he has used "T.N.T." as his  song for the past few years.

Matt Kemp, #27, outfielder, NL MVP runner-up:

"Spend It" - 2 Chainz

"I'm A Boss (Remix)" - Meek Mill

Dee Gordon, #9, shortstop

"Shot Caller" - French Montana

"Let's Roll" - Yelawolf

Andre Ethier, #16, outfielder

"Who Am I (What's My Name)?" - Snoop Dogg

"Tres Delinquentes" - Delinquent Habits

"Check Yo' Self (Remix)" - Ice Cube

James Loney, #7, first baseman

"Wild Boy" - Machine Gun Kelly

Tony Gwynn Jr., #10, outfielder

"Function" - E40

"Speakers On Blast" - The Game

Jerry Hairston, #6, infielder

"Top Down" - Swizz Beatz

"Get Up" - 50 Cent

Juan Uribe, #5, infielder

"Plomo Plomo" - El Negro 5 Estrellas

Justin Sellers, #12, infielder

"Ballin" - Young Jeezy/Lil Wayne

Clayton Kershaw, #22, pitcher , reigning Cy Young Award winner

"All The Right Moves" - OneRepublic

Javy Guerra, #54, closing pitcher

"Insane In the Brain" - Cypress Hill

Todd Coffey, #60, pitcher

"Unstoppable" - WWE

Kenley Jansen, #64, pitcher

"I Wanna Rock (Remix)" - Snoop Dogg/Jay-Z

Aaron Harang, #44, pitcher

"Can't Stop" - Red Hot Chili Peppers

AJ Ellis, #17, catcher

"Jenny Was a Friend of Mine" - The Killers

Ivan De Jesus, #13, infielder

"En El Cielo No Hay Hospital" - Juan Luis Guerra

"T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever)" - will.i.am

Correction: In our zeal to celebrate all these great tunes, we gave Billingsley the 2011 Cy Young. That honor, of course went to the Dodger ace, Kershaw.