The Los Angeles Dodgers are back after a disappointing end to the 2022 season.

The Boys in Blue broke their own franchise record for wins with 111, and also set a new mark for most wins by a National League team in baseball’s 147-year history.

Despite being heavy favorites to win the World Series, the Dodgers couldn’t even get past their rivals, the San Diego Padres. Losing to their Southern California neighbors in four games in the NLDS.

Since we last saw them leave the field after that game, the Dodgers have been revamping their roster. Gone are the household names like Cody Bellinger, Trea Turner and Justin Turner.

In their place is a mix of young players and savvy veterans. New faces like Miguel Vargas, James Outman, Austin Wynns, David Peralta, Miguel Rojas, Jason Heyward and JD Martinez have been added to a squad that is expected to take a step back from its historic win tally from previous years.

For fans, the new players are an opportunity to meet the unfamiliar faces they will see on the pitch every day for the next eight months. Part of this introduction process is finding out about the players’ personalities through their interviews, social media, and musical tastes.

Each year, players select songs to march to the batter’s box. It can be the same song every year or several different songs throughout the game. Most players choose one or two new songs each new season. This year is no different.

For some players, you’ll hear the same familiar song year after year: cough, cough, Clayton Kershaw; others like to change it constantly during the season. Some are superstitious with their passing music, and others like what they like.

A player’s music is often one of the most underrated aspects of the game of baseball. In a sport clouded by lost time, the intro song provides an opportunity for a player to not only entertain fans, but also open a window to their personal playlist.

Every year the NBCLA reports on Dodgers songs and this year is no different as we strive to bring you the best stories throughout the season that ultimately lead to another World Series title.

It’s taken the players a few home stays to finalize their picks this year, but we finally have the picks you’ll be hearing all season at Chavez Ravine.

Courtesy of Dodgers in-game mixing master DJ Severe, here are the 2023 Los Angeles Dodgers songs.

  • Mookie Betts: “30 for 30” by FlugameQ & LilOunce & “Hussle & Motivate” by Nipsey Hussle
  • Freddie Freeman: “Baila Comigo” by Dayvi and Victor Cardenas featuring Kelly Ruiz and “Tití Me Preguntó” by Bad Bunny
  • JD Martinez: “Hustlin'” by Rick Ross
  • David Peralta: “La Chona” from Los Tucanes de Tijuana
  • Chris Taylor: “Pump It” by The Black Eyed Peas and “Levitating” by Dua Lipa
  • Max Muncy: “Welcome to the Party” by Diplo, French Montana, and Lil Pump
  • Miguel Vargas: “The Hokage” by Eladio Carrion
  • Miguel Rojas: “25/8” by Bad Bunny and “Ghostea” by Cpro
  • James Outman: “Get It Today” by Drew Deezy
  • Jason Heyward: “Jimmy Cooks” by Drake feat. 21 Savage and Lil Baby’s “California Breeze”
  • Trayce Thompson: Nipsey Hussle’s “Blue Laces” and Eminem’s “The Way I Am”
  • Will Smith: “Ride Wit Me” by Nelly
  • Austin Barnes: Metro Boomin’s “Superhero”
  • Austin Wynns: “In Da Club” by 50 Cent
  • Luke Williams: Snoop Dogg’s ‘I Want Rock’
  • Clayton Kershaw: “We Are Young” funny. y TLC’s “No Scrubs”
  • Walker Buehler: “Shots and Squats” from Vigiland
  • Michael Grove: “Grove Street Party” by Wacka Flocka Flame
  • Noah Syndergaard: “Hail Mary” from 2Pac
  • Julio Urias: “Who said” of Dreamers
  • Tony Gonsolin: “Cat Daddy” by Rej3ctz
  • Evan Phillips: “Lethal Industry” by Tiesto and “Heads Will Roll” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs
  • Caleb Ferguson: TBD
  • Daniel Hudson: “So Cold” from Breaking Benjamin
  • Victor Gonzalez: “Mi Lindo Nayarit” by Bando El Recodo and “El Sinaloense y el Kora” by Banda El Recodo
  • Blake Trains: “Fire Emoji” the YB
  • Dustin May: “Born of a Broken Man” from Rage Against the Machine
  • Brusdar Graterol: “Real Guerrero Remix” by Secreto “El Famoso Biberon”
  • Shelby Miller: “Victory Lap” by Nipsey Hussle
  • Phil Bickford – Bicep’s “Apricots”
  • Jimmy Nelson – Bakermat’s “Baiana”
  • Alex Vesia – Seether’s “Essence”
  • Andre Jackson – “I’m Your Boogie Man” by KC and the Sunshine Band

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