Today is a fun day at Citi Field, as the New York Mets are celebrating Women’s Day at the ballpark.
It’s always important to honor women and their importance in society and the Mets will be doing that today.
But several players on the Mets roster are taking it a step further.
These players have chosen to change their walk-up songs to songs by famous female recording artists and musicians.
Mets insider Michael Mayer tweeted a list of players who would be changing their walk-up songs.
In honor of Women’s Day at Citi Field, the following Mets have selected songs by female artists to walk out to: pic.twitter.com/JskahHK2tk
— Michael Mayer (@mikemayer22) August 10, 2022
Happy Women’s Day!
It’s nice to see the Mets take Women’s Day a step further and change their walk-up songs to songs by various female artists.
This is a nice touch and a good way to honor women and the all-important role they play in our society.
A lot of the songs that were chosen by these Mets players are classics too.
Lizzo has become a fun artist to listen too for many people, but we can also see that “9 to 5” by Dolly Parton made the list, as well as “Wannabe” by the Spice Girls.
You’ve got to give credit to James McCann for choosing a Spice Girls song, as the list would be incomplete without them.
But these artists have played an important role and paved the way for other great female artists.
Now, the Mets will use these songs as their walk-up songs today as we take time to appreciate everything women have done in our society and the important role that they play in shaping the future.