New York Mets first baseman Daniel Vogelbach has new walk-up music, and it’s undoubtedly one of the bests in MLB.
The New York Mets are about to stand out even more than they already are this season. Their first baseman Daniel Vogelbach has new walk-up music, and it’s one of the best in MLB.
Vogelbach will be walking up to home plate at Citi Field to the iconic 2000s pop hit “Milkshake” by Kelis. And Vogelbach’s iconic stout build only makes his walk-up song even more appropriate.
New York is already having a great season in terms of talent, and now it’s about to be even more entertaining. Choosing to walk up to Milkshake seems like something the Savannah Bananas would do, and it’s an iconic surprise to see a Mets player do something so bold.
New York may be one of the best teams in MLB currently, but they’re showing they can have fun while working hard.
Mets: Daniel Vogelbach’s new walk-up song shows winning makes everything more fun
The Mets currently sit comfortably at the top of the NL East standings. They’re well above .500 and have FanGraphs playoff odds of 100 percent. They also have the highest probability of winning the World Series (17.1 percent).
Vogelbach is a huge contributor to their success. Though he just joined the Mets toward the end of July, he’s been on a roll in New York. In 44 at-bats, he’s hit .341/.473/.568 for an OPS of 1.041.
In all of MLB, the Mets have the fourth-best batting average (.259), third-best on-base percentage (.331), 10th-best slugging percentage (.410) and fifth-best OPS (.741). They’re undoubtedly creating a well-rounded season for fans to remember.