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Thursday BP: Help Brandon Crawford choose a walkout song

The shortstop is back with yet another bracket.

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Hello and happy Thursday.

San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford has kept himself entertained during the baseball stoppage and coronavirus-induced quarantine by posting brackets on social media.

He’s asked you to pick the best Giants. He’s asked you to pick the best candies. He’s asked you to pick the best rappers.

And now, with the 2020 MLB season officially signed off on, he’s asking you to pick a walkout song.

Crawford released a bracket of 32 songs — mostly hip-hop, with a bit of pop and R&B mixed in — followed by polls to choose the winner. And the winner will be his walkout song.

That’s assuming there are walkout songs. There won’t be fans in the stadiums for the season, but it seems likely that teams may still have walkout music to help pump up the players and make the experience more normal for fans watching on TV.

Here’s Crawford’s bracket if you want to help him choose a song:

Did Barry Bonds hit a home run today?

Yes, but just one.

June 25, 2002: Against the San Diego Padres, Bonds hit a 3-run home run in the 3rd inning off of Kevin Pickford, scoring David Bell and Ramon Martinez. It cut the Giants deficit to 5-3, and they would lose 10-7. It was his 25th homer of the year.

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I hope you all have a great Thursday.