Cubs catcher Miguel Montero wants to change Kyle Schwarber’s walk up song

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Cubs rookie Kyle Schwarber was put on notice last week for his walk up song as “No Diggity,” and now, Miguel Montero wants to change it.

Kyle Schwarber’s walk-up songs may be as good as his hittingOver the past seven games, Schwarber is hitting .292 with two home runs, eight RBI and seven runs-scored. The Cubs are clearly a better team with the rookie in the lineup.

With Schwarber’s success, Montero thinks the rookie should change his walk up song to Martin Garrix’s “Animals,” because Schwarber is a beast at the plate.

No indication if Schwarber changed his walk up song prior to the White Sox game on Friday, but the rookie is hitting .327 with eight home runs and 26 RBI this season.

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