Denard Span: "Round of Applause," Waka Flocka Flame. As far as radio rap goes, it doesn't get much better than Waka Flocka.
Jamey Carroll: "Dirt Road Anthem," Jason Aldean. You'd like to think that Carroll, 38, has matured past pandering country-rap. A bush-league pick.
Joe Mauer: "What You Know," T.I. Yes, Mauer's glaringly white. But T.I.'s bangin' 2006 single is always a winner.
Justin Morneau: "Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution," AC/DC. AC/DC ain't for thinking; they're for getting jacked-up. Purpose served.
Josh Willingham: "Your Love," the Outfield. It's hard to resist this cheeseball '80s power-pop standard. Nicely done.
Ryan Doumit: "Mother," Danzig. Way to go, new guy! This 1988 metal classic is ideal dinger-smackin' material.
Danny Valencia: "MMG Untouchable," Rick Ross. Valencia, the team's douchiest player, would relate to lines such as "Bitch look at my face, I'm a grown ass man/ I'm buying real estate, and I'm building my plans."
Trevor Plouffe: "When the Levee Breaks," Led Zeppelin. Plouffe realizes he only gets like 15 seconds of this seven-minute Zep blues-rocker, right? Decent, but far from practical.
Alexi Casilla: "Si No Le Contesto," Plan B. Lusty Puerto Rican reggaeton for the (possibly) lusty Dominican. Better suited for grinding than OBP.