RailRiders Playlist: Tyler Wade looking for the beat


By DJ Eberle - [email protected]



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    If you walk into any baseball clubhouse or locker room at any level — professional, college or even high school — there’s a good chance music will be blasting out of someone’s speakers. It could be country, rock, hip-hop and rap, R&B, reggae or Latin music.

    The same can be said as teams go through their pre-game workouts or players walk up to the plate or out of the bullpen.

    Music is everywhere in baseball and it’s extremely diverse.

    Each week we’ll take a look at how music influences each player’s game.

    Tyler Wade

    INF/OF

    Murrieta, Cali.

    Who plays the best music? I think Mason (Williams) takes the cake on that one. He has a good taste in music. (Wilkin Castillo) does a good job, Ernesto (Frieri) does a good job, but I think Mason does the best.

    What’s your pregame playlist? I don’t really have one. I just kind of randomize things. Put it on shuffle and if I don’t like it I’ll switch it. I don’t really have a certain song.

    What’s your walk-up song? Right now I have “Goosebumps” by Travis Scott. I just like the beat. I don’t really find lyrics to pump me up. I just like the beat.

    Who has the oddest walk-up song? Michael O’Neill had a bad one last year (in Double-A Trenton), but I can’t think of anyone here.

    Wade
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    By DJ Eberle

    [email protected]

    Reach DJ Eberle at 570-991-6398 or on Twitter @ByDJEberle

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