Last year we brought you the top 5 walk-up songs for the Minnesota Twins.

But just as the roster can change from year to year, so too can these classic call-to-bats.  So, in honor of this week’s home opener we decided to take a look at what tunes stayed the same, what changed and what ones are simply the best.

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No. 1: Jordan Schafer
– “Earned It – Lo Fye Remix” by The Weekend

Schafer’s choice is a remix of a song made popular by a film all about dominance, “50 Shades of Grey.” Now, if only the Twins can dominate the field.

No. 2: Kurt Suzuki
– “My Audio” by J-Boog

Suzuki moved up four places by sticking with his 2014 walk-up choice. After all, why change after being chosen as a 2014 American League All-Star player?

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No 3. Eduardo Escobar
– “Tu Me Quemas”  by Chino & Nacho ft. Gente De Zona, Los Cadillacs

Escobar brings a taste of his country to the field with this song by Venezuelan pop group Chino & Nacho. With a little reggae flair added by Cuban group Gente De Zona, it definitely will get the crowd dancing.

No. 4: Brian Dozier
– “GDFR” by Flo Rida

While perhaps being the Twins’ player that has the biggest change from last year, his 2014 walk-up was “Small Town USA,” Dozier also throws down a threat that cannot be denied by other teams – it’s going down, for real.

No. 5: Trevor Plouffe
–  “Thuggish Ruggish Bone” by Bone Thugs-n-Harmony

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Plouffe also went for a change, switching from Led Zepplin to Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. Perhaps he’s hoping to channel the rappers pride when they say they “never knew no competition.” Let’s hope it’s because they were winning all the time.