Ranking the San Francisco Giants’ best walk-up songs

By Danny Vietti
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Aug 18, 2015; St. Louis, MO, USA; San Francisco Giants left fielder Ryan Lollis (50) catches a fly ball hit by St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Thomas Pham (not pictured) during the second inning at Busch Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

#1. Ryan Lollis: Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body)–by Three 6 Mafia ft. Project Pat, Young D, & Superpower

Out of all the successful players on the Giants, why in the world would I pick Lollis, who has had a total of 13 plate appearances in an MLB uniform? Well, this pick is at the top of the creativity scale. Not only does the song have a sweet bass and drop, but it also says his name (almost):

Lolli lolli lolli lolli, let me see you pop that body
Lolli lolli lolli lolli, let me see you pop that body
Chocolate lolli, cherry lolli
‘Nilla lolli, pink lolli

Sometimes it’s not about which song gets you the most hyped. Instead, the originality and fit of the song is more important. The 28-year-old out of Houston takes the number one spot on this year’s list of best walk-up songs.