You know how we can tell that EDM is making major noise in the mainstream right now? No, it's not because mainstream artists like Ne-Yo and Pitbull have started flocking to it. It's because guys who take part in America's favorite pastime have started to adopt EDM tracks as part of their game-day rituals. Over the course of the last year or so, more and more MLB players, like Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen (pictured here), have begun using EDM tracks as their walk-up songs.

Yesterday, Complex's new EDM site Do Androids Dance? highlighted a few of the MLB players using EDM songs for their walk-up music. Check out the five best examples here.

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[via Do Androids Dance?]