“So, I’m back up in the game, running things to keep my swing, lettin’ all the people know, that I’m back to run the show.” – “Return Of The Mack” by Mark Morrison

There are many walk-up songs in baseball that make a lot of literal sense for a baseball player to have — the above example being Twins’ Chris Colabello’s choice. Others, however, sort of come out of left field. Pun intended.

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But whether they make sense or not, some of our Twins players have some pretty great walkup jams. We’ve collected the Top 5 best walkup songs for 2014 Twins players (with a runner-up). You can also let us know what you think in the poll at the bottom of the page.

No. 1: Chris Colabello

“Return Of The Mack” by Mark Morrison

I mean, this one is pretty self-explanatory, but having the line “Return of the Mack” repeating while you walk up to knock some runs in? That’s cool. It’s a great use of this one-hit wonder.

No. 2: Jason Kubel

“Sabotage” by Beastie Boys

Nothing pumps things up more than the musical energy of the Beastie Boys. Well, nothing I can think of.

No. 3: Trevor Plouffe

“Travelling Riverside Blues” by Led Zeppelin

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You have to respect a young baseball player who jams to some classic rock — and it’s a good choice, too.

No. 4: Kurt Suzuki

“My Audio” by J-Boog

Switching things up a bit, Suzuki picked some reggae pop for his walk-up song, and it’s a catchy tune.

No. 5: Chris Parmalee

Cinema by Benny Benassi (Skrillex Remix).

Drop the bass, then drop a homer!

Runner-Up: Joe Mauer

“What You Know” by T.I.

Mauer’s makes this list — not simply because he’s Mauer — but because he’s stuck with this T.I. classic for the long haul. It’s the whole “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” thing.

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Whose walk-up song do you think is the best?