Justin Bieber, Katy Perry May Escort Troy Tulowitzki to Batter’s Box All Summer Long

by NESN Staff

March 26, 2011

Justin Bieber, Katy Perry May Escort Troy Tulowitzki to Batter's Box All Summer Long There are some serious decisions being made out West, as major league baseball teams prepare for opening day, which is just one week away.

No, this isn’t a piece about cuts, position battles or injury updates. It’s all about the Biebs.

Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, who used Miley Cyrus‘ “Party in the USA” as his walkup music last season, is asking Rox fans to pick this year’s walkup jam, according the the Denver Post.

Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Ke$ha and Chris Brown are the four finalists. Voting ends March 29.

Photo of the day

What would your walkup “entrance” music be? If you had the chance to vote, what song would you force your rivals to come out to? I know mine. Share your thoughts in the comments section.

Justin Bieber, Katy Perry May Escort Troy Tulowitzki to Batter's Box All Summer Long

Quote of the day

“You boys better be ready.”
Marcus Morris of Kansas, to Richmond players in the hallway prior to Friday night’s Sweet 16 game. The exchange ignited a minor pregame fight, as seen here.

Comment of the day

Of all the hateful comments for “This Is Boston,” here’s a personal favorite — and one I somewhat agree with. It makes you wonder: Will this lyrical genius bust out a Bruins postseason anthem?  

“they need to stick with the bruins, those songs were better (except the kessel one)”
–bruinswhat

Tweet of the day

For Friday’s Daily Blend Tweet of the Day, I requested the following: “If any Bruins fan can come up with a music video with original [and clean] lyrics to WolvesDonWool’s “Bah Bah Hab Sheep” idea, I will personally post it on Daily Blend. Twice.”

I asked and he quickly answered. Are you impressed? Can anyone beat this? How about a little tunage next time to go with those killer rhymes?

Justin Bieber, Katy Perry May Escort Troy Tulowitzki to Batter's Box All Summer Long

Video of the day

Everyone’s favorite manager, Ozzie Guillen.

 

 

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