Major league baseball fans know how significant an at-bat song can be for a player and his batting average. Not only does it serve as motivation to the slugger, but the home fans as well. Well, starting today some of MLB's biggest and brightest stars such as New York Yankees right fielder, Nick Swisher; St. Louis Cardinals left fielder, Matt Holliday; Philadelphia Phillies shortstop, Jimmy Rollins; Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim second baseman, Howard Kendrick; Tampa Bay Rays center fielder, B.J. Upton; Arizona Cardinals right fielder, Justin Upton; Miami Marlins left fielder, Logan Morrison; Cincinnati Reds second baseman, Brandon Phillips; Milwaukee Brewers center fielder, Nyjer Morgan and Boston Redsox center fielder, Jacoby Ellsbury are all changing their at-bat song to "Champions" for one game during their next homestand to show their support for USA Olympians. The exclusive track was created by veteran rock band, O.A.R., and multi-platinum artist, B.o.B, 'and is meant to help motivate and inspire the Olympians training to compete in London. The song is available as a free download on Duracell's Facebook page.'
“Champions” was created as part of Duracell’s Rely on Copper to Go for the Gold program, which gives Team USA fans a place – the Virtual Stadium – to provide encouragement for the athletes through real-time videos, pictures and texts as they train and compete in London."