Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Tony Sanchez is bringing Disney to the ballpark this season.
The 25-year-old has decided to take a less-traditional route when it comes to walk-up music, bypassing the rock and rap genres for at least one of his three choices, and instead opting for the Oscar-winning song “Let It Go” from the Disney animated hit “Frozen.”
It's official. "Let it Go" WILL be one of my walk outs. Would be dumb not to throw @idinamenzel into the mix.—
Tony Sanchez (@Tony26Montana) March 23, 2014
Kids will certainly love it and parents will likely cringe if they have to hear “the cold never bothered me anyway” one more time, but to each his own.
Sanchez’s other two choices for songs are equally eccentric as Mariah Carey’s “Fantasy” and Nelly’s “E.I.” will be getting some serious airtime at PNC Park this season.
Thumbnail photo via Twitter/@MLBONFOX
In case you weren’t sure, Ohio is not a palindrome.
We see what you did there.
“Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay singer Chris Martin to separate" trouble in para para paradise?—
Pat Mullane (@PMullane11) March 25, 2014
Andrew Shaw with the casual no-look backhander from his knees.