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Political Developments
  • Defense Minister clears major Military reforms
  • Ajit Doval’s U.S. visit to further strengthen India‐US ties
  • Roadblocks on the Indo‐Russian projects
  • India steps‐up efforts to supply Military Equipments to Myanmar
  • Malaysian PM on 5‐day visit to India
Industry Developments
  • New Defense export strategy to be announced
  • 3‐pronged strategy to ramp‐up Tejas production
  • IN gets 3 Naval Systems from DRDO
  • INS Vikramaditya successfully test fires Barak Missile
  • Cabinet clears 2 proposals worth $1.85bn
  • Boeing P8I replaces Tupolev TU142M Maritime Patrol Aircraft
  • IN inducts INLCU L51 & a new weather monitoring System
Company Updates
  • BEL reports Rs 88bn of provisional turnover during FY2017
  • BDL and L&T sign MoU to export Torpedoes
  • Samtel Avionics ties‐up with Hanwha for Military Applications
Political Developments:
Defense Minister clears major Military reforms
  • In its report submitted by DB Shekatkar Committee, made recommendations to enhance the combat potential of the all the 3 sections of the Indian Armed Forces. MoD has agreed to implement 90 of the approx. 200 recommendations made.
  • Some of them are
    • (1) create Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) post,
    • (2) restructure higher defense structures,
    • (3) move out non‐core areas like, NCC,
    • (4) remove duplicity amongst the 3 areas,
    • (5) conduct project audits at DRDO, OFB and make them accountable.
  • These recommendations to be implemented in 2 years time period would translate to yearly savings of ~Rs 250bn.
  • In order to boost the ‘Make in India’ PM is expected to soon announce the creation of CDS post and Strategic policy.
  • Also IA has got Defense Ministry approval to cut down the number of Sahayaks or ‘buddies’ by 25% (indicating cut down of 10,000 Sahayaks of the total 40,000). This move comes after controversy erupted over the tasks IA Sahayaks perform for officers and junior commissioned officers. IA intends to replace these Sahayaks with civilians, who would be employed for officers in static formations such as the Army Headquarters, units in Delhi and not operational locations like battalions, brigades and division and corps headquarters. IN and IAF do not have such system in place. View:
  • We view any such announcement to be very positive for the Indian Defense Ministry.
  • Implementation of such above‐mentioned initiatives could create room for ~Rs 250bn of yearly savings.
  • Money saved could be used towards the deployment of funds towards modernization and upgradation of Indian Defense Fleet. We won’t be surprised if allocation towards the Defense budget gets increased to over 2.0% levels in the next budget.
Ajit Doval’s U.S. visit to further strengthen India‐US ties
  • National Security Adviser Ajit Doval visited USA second time after Trump came to power this week, where he met US Defense Secretary‐ Gen (Retd) James Mattis, Secretary of Homeland Security Gen (Retd.)‐ John Kelly and National Security Adviser‐ Lt. Gen. H R McMaster.
  • Amongst the key areas discussed include, deepening of the counter‐terrorism co‐operation with India and maritime security.
  • He also met Chairman of the powerful Senate Armed Services Committee‐ John McCain and Chairman of the powerful Senate Select Committee on Intelligence‐ Senator Richard Burr.
  • Outcome of these meetings was a pledge to make a strong defense partnership between both the nations.
  • Further, 2 of the Senators Mark Warner from Virginia and John Cornyn from Texas (Co‐chairs of the Senate India Caucus) have written joint‐letter to US Defense Secretary to push for the sale of F‐16 Fighter Jets. India has freezed upon 2 alternatives, Lockheed Martin’s F‐16 and Saab’s Gripen Fighter Jets.
Roadblocks on the Indo‐Russian projects
  • Last week, Russia signed 2 Long‐Term Service Agreements (LTSA) for spares delivery to India and allows HAL manufacture parts for 230 Su‐30MKI Fighter jets.
  • As per this $ 300mn agreement, United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) and United Engine Corporation (UEC) will render technical support; provide maintenance services and spares to fleet for next 5 years.
  • UAC also signed agreement with HAL to provide lifecycle support and maintenance for Mi‐17 helicopters,
  • MiG‐29K fighter jet, T‐90 tanks and INS Vikramaditya Aircraft Carrier.
  • One more agreement yet to take of is the supply of 60 Multi‐purpose Kazan Helicopters under Phase‐I, where the joint facilities would be set‐up in India to manufacture 140 helicopters.
  • In order to expand Su‐30MKI fighter jets combat capabilities, Russia has offered to modernize the fleet by integrating new weapons and upgrading existing weapons and on‐board systems.
  • A proposal worth $ 7‐8bn to upgrade the first batch of 80 Su‐30MKI fighter jets to ‘Super Sukhoi’s, would upgrade the plane to a 5th generation Aircraft. This development comes after UAC offered to upgrade the currently used AL‐31FP engines with its AL‐41F‐1S.
IDF View:
  • HAL is making Su‐30MKI fighter jets under license from Russia since 2004. HAL is responsible for after‐sales support, snag disposition, on‐site repair, modification, and upgrade of Su‐30MKI fleet.
  • This fleet is expensive and faces problems owing to high, premature failure rate of subsystems like engines, radars, missiles, avionics, etc. In 2014, the serviceability rates of Su‐ 30MKI fighter jets were at 46%.
  • However, post setting‐up the Rs 4 bn after sales service centre for both, Su‐30MKI fighter jets & Helicopters, serviceability has increased to 60% (of the 230 Su‐30MKI fighter jets, 138 are ready for missions at a given time).
  • MoD intends to take the serviceability levels to ~75%. The concern here is rapidity of repairs of line‐replaceable units and shop‐repairable units.
  • Russians are reluctant to repair parts (costs ~25% of new items), instead push for supply of spares. As a result, attainment of MoD’s target of 75% serviceability levels would not be an easy cake walk.
  • The proposed JV (Rostec Corp.‐49.5% and HAL‐ 50.5%) to manufacture Kazan Ka‐226T is as per an inter‐governmental agreement signed in Dec‐2015. This agreement assures localization of production and supply of 200 Light Multi‐role Ka‐226T over 9 year’s period. First 60 helicopters would be produced in Russia, while the remaining 140 helicopters will be produced in India. Currently price negotiations are going‐on.
  • Russian Defense manufacturing is 100% government‐owned. For all spare supplies and above mentioned JV, Russia is okay with the involvement of DPSU’s only. In the back‐drop of increased thrust towards private sector participation, Russia has raised its concern about the technology transfer agreement to Indian players.
  • We do not see Russia ceding to its demands on this matter. This matter is likely to be taken‐up at ministerial level discussion of both the countries.
  • Till the time more clarity emerges on this point, we could see delays in MoD attaining its serviceability targets, procurement of Multi‐role Ka‐226T and other platforms.
  • IAF officials have raised their concerns over the engine upgradation, on account of AL‐31’s perceived shortcomings. As a result, Russians have proposed a new fleet upgradation proposal.
  • We are of view that the current money on the table could be deployed for other IAF upgradation programmes, hence, any deal materialization on this front could take at some time.
India steps‐up efforts to supply Military Equipments to Myanmar
  • In order to counter China’s position in Asian sub‐continent, India is targeting $2 bn of yearly exports over the next few years. Accordingly, MoD is steadily cranking up ties with Myanmar Defense.
  • On Mar‐24, MoD announced that it has got a $37.9 mn (~Rs 2.6 bn) order to supply lightweight torpedo, a naval weapon system with an explosive warhead.
  • The technology for this Lightweight Torpedo is developed by DRDO and the system will be manufactured by Bharat Dynamics and L&T.
  • This is a follow‐up to the earlier order of Rs 1.8bn to supply Naval Sonars, Acoustic domes and directing gear to Myanmar.
Malaysian PM on 5‐day visit to India
  • Malaysian PM Mohd. Najib Tun Abdul Razak is on a 5‐day (Mar‐30 to Apr‐4) official visit to India.
  • On his third visit to India, both the sides are expected to discuss areas like, Trade and Investment, Infrastructure Projects, Defense Co‐operation, Air services arrangements, Tourism and Culture Relations as well as issues of mutual concern on regional and International Cooperation.
  • Malaysian PM Najib is accompanied by a large team of delegates consisting representatives of top Malaysian companies. Many government‐to‐government Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) and contracts worth $ 5bn are likely to be signed and exchanged during this visit.
IDF View:
  • Any Defense agreements signed between the 2 countries would be looked upon positively, as it would be towards the attainment of the $2bn of Defense export target set by the ex‐Defense Minister Mr. Manohar Parrikar.
  • Malaysia has already invested $6 bn in India and another $ 6 bn worth of projects are under execution in India. Also, it has bid for many of the Road projects worth $1.2 to $1.4 bn in Rajasthan itself.
Industry Developments:
New Defense export strategy to be announced
  • Currently, all exports (including defense exports) from India are covered under Export & Import (EXIM) Policy, which is formulated, issued and executed by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT).
  • MoD is currently formulating a separate Defense Export Strategy to give fillip to the defense exports. This new policy framework would include areas like,
    • (1) creation of Export Promotion Body, engaging Indian Missions/ Embassies abroad in export promotion,
    • (2) export financing through Line of Credit,
    • (3) better use of Offset policy,
    • (4) export of indigenously developed Defense systems,
    • (5) streamlining of the export regulation processes.
3‐pronged strategy to ramp‐up Tejas production
  • In order to scale‐up capacity and meet requirements, a 3‐pronged strategy is being pursued by HAL.
  • The first strategy is to outsource ‘Fuselage (body) and Wing’ production work to 3 private players with 2 years delivery period.
  • Second strategy is to ramp‐up the production plan to 16 LCA’s/ year, and
  • third one is to turn HAL in to an integrator.
  • CCS has cleared HAL’s proposal worth Rs 13bn in Feb‐2017 to set‐up the 3rd Assembly line covering 30,000 sq.m. at Nekkaundi, Bangalore.
IDF View: - IAF currently operates 33 squadrons (16‐18 planes each) against the official requirement of 42 squadrons to effectively fight a simultaneous 2‐front war with Pakistan and China. This requirement indicates the dire need to scale up the operations of Tejas. Currently, HAL has the capacity to make 8 Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) ‘Tejas’, which it intends to scale it to 16 by 2018. - In order to ramp‐up the production of Tejas, we view the proposed 3‐pronged growth strategy to be in the right direction. - The first strategy is to outsource the ‘Fuselage (body) and Wing’ production work to 3 private players with 2 years delivery period. Already HAL is pursuing outsourcing model for LCA, with wings being outsourced to L&T (at Coimbatore), Central fuselage to VEM Technologies (at Hyderabad), Rear fuselage to Alpha Tocol (at Bengaluru), precision mechanical assemblies to Alpha Tocol and Brahmos Aerospace (at Thiruvananthapuram). - In HAL management’s opinion, contribution from outsourcing works should increase from the current 39% to 61% going forward. - The third proposal is to position HAL as the lead integrator for this project. With all the facilities in place, and delivery of Fuselage (body) and Wing’ to be supplied by private players, HAL’s could focus on ramping‐up the operations. - Also, HAL has already signed long‐term supply contract with vendors and availability of all the parts for the platforms manufactured by them is now gone up to >65%. - On a whole, this 3‐pronged strategy, should help HAL scale the production to 16 LCA’s/year in **2018.**
IN gets 3 Naval Systems from DRDO
  • DRDO handed over 3 Naval Systems, USHUS‐II submarine sonar, directing gear for hullmounted sonar array, and Inertial navigation system for ship applications (INS‐SA) to IN on Mar‐24.
  • Defense Minister also released 2 products developed by DRDO, IP‐based secure phone and the Gallium Nitride Technology.
  • IP‐based secure phone incorporates an indigenous encryption algorithm on "trustworthy hardware platform" to provide high level of secrecy to voice & data for communication of strategic and tactical plans of Armed Forces.
  • Gallium Nitride Technology will help in the development of nexgen Radars, Seekers and Communication systems, which would find application in Light Combat Aircrafts.
IDF View:
  • This is a positive development as all the 5 products mentioned above have been imported to date.
  • USHUS‐II is a package of several sonars, which includes passive sonar, active sonar, intercept sonar, obstacle avoidance sonar and underwater telephony.
  • All the 5 products, once installed would significantly enhance the navigation systems and the communication networks of the Carriers/ Submarines.
  • MoD earlier indicated that 5 kilo class submarines, billed as IN’s underwater workhorses, will have state of the art USHUS‐II sonar suites. There is a proposal to fit these Sonars with Arihant class Submarines.
INS Vikramaditya successfully test fires Barak Missile
  • INS Vikramaditya, a floating Airfield carrier with length of 284 m and maximum beam of 60 m can carry 30+ Aircrafts, comprising MiG‐29Ks, Kamov‐31s, Kamov‐28s, ALH‐Dhruv & Chetak Helicopters.
  • On Mar‐22, IN successfully conducted its maiden trial firing of the newly installed Barak Short range Surface‐to‐Air Missile System (B‐SRSAM) from its Aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya.
  • During the trial firing, this missile was fired against live low flying high speed target and the target was successfully engaged and destroyed.
  • This Israelis Barak‐2 Missile was taken out from a de‐commissioned warship and fitted into INS Vikramaditya by cutting its deck. The firing was conducted as part of the 'Operational Readiness Inspection' of Western Fleet.
IDF View:
  • This 44,500tn Carrier commissioned in Nov‐2013 at Severodvinsk, Russia and was originally scheduled to have Long‐Range Surface‐to‐Air Missile System (LR‐SAM), currently under joint development with Israel.
  • Delay in the development have left the carrier with no choice and currently does not have its own Air Defense system.
  • As a result, it was forced to rely on support ships in the carrier battle group for any further Air cover.
  • With the deployment of SRSAM, we expect INS Vikramaditya to get some boost in its Air Defense Systems.
Cabinet clears 2 proposals worth $1.85bn
  • CCS on Mar‐30 cleared 2 Defense proposals worth $ 1.85bn (~Rs 120.25bn).
  • The first one is $ 650mn (~Rs 42.25bn) deal for procurement of 100 K9 Vajra‐T tracked 155mm/ 52 caliber Artillery system from L&T for IA.
  • The second proposal is a $ 1.2bn (~Rs 78bn) deal to acquire 32 Dhruv Advanced light helicopters (ALH) for IN and ICG.
  • RFP for the procurement of 100 K9 Vajra‐T tracked 155mm/ 52 caliber Artillery systems was first floated in Jan‐2011 and 4 bidders including Tata, OFB, BEML and L&T led JV participated in the bid. Thereafter on completion of the evaluation process in Sep‐2016, L&T was informed about ministry’s decision. On completion of the bench marking process, L&T the only qualified bidder was announced as the bid winner. This bid has been invited under ‘Buy Global’ category.
  • The second project cleared was to buy the indigenously developed ALH from HAL, where both, IN and ICG would get 16 choppers each. This contract also covers Performance Based Logistics (PBL) for 5 years to 16 Helicopters of the ICG.
  • PBL would ensure availability of products to customer and here the responsibility gets transferred to contractor. PBL envisages rewards or penalties based on the performance.
IDF View:
  • L&T partnered with Samsung for this 155 mm Artillery Guns. K9 Vajra‐T Gun is a variant of the Samsung Techwin K9 Thunder. These Artillery guns are specially designed for operations in the desert areas.
  • This long awaited project getting the Cabinet nod, gives big boost to L&T’s Defense division’s growth prospects for FY2018 and there‐after. Even though this project has been awarded under the ‘Buy Global’ category, the K9 Vajra‐T gun will be made at L&T’s Talegaon plant, Pune.
  • First 10 guns would be supplied by L&T to IA within 18 months of signing the contract, and the balance 90 guns would be supplied in next 2 years.
  • Clearance to acquire 32 Dhruv Advanced light helicopters (ALH) is a big positive for HAL, as their Order book would grow by ~Rs 78bn.
  • HAL is awaiting EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) certification for the civil variant of Dhruv. Once Dhruv gets EASA certification HAL sees huge export potential for Dhruv.
  • It has already tied‐up with Israel’s Israel Aircraft Industries to market Dhruv Helicopter worldwide. HAL expects to close a deal with Asian countries like, Myanmar, Indonesia and Sri Lanka where the negotiations are ongoing at various stages.
  • On a whole, this announcement is positive for L&T and HAL.
Boeing P8I replaces Tupolev TU142M Maritime Patrol Aircraft
  • On Mar‐29, Tupolev TU142M, Long Range Maritime Reconnaissance Anti‐Submarine Warfare (LRMR‐ASW) Aircraft was de‐inducted by IN after 29 year of service at INS Rajali, Arakkonam, TN.
  • Most of the serving and retired INAS (Indian Naval Air Squadron) 312 officers were present.
  • This TU142M Long Range Maritime Patrol aircraft was first inducted into INAS 312 at Dabolim, Goa from erstwhile USSR in 1988. Thereafter, it shifted its base permanently to INS Rajali in 1992.
  • This aircraft has distinguished service track record of 30,000+ hours of accident free flying.
  • A total of 8 Tupolev TU142M were inducted by IN and only 3 of them were in operations at the time of this de‐induction.
  • Boeing’s P‐8I Aircraft post its induction in Nov‐2015 is the replacement for Tupolev TU142M.
  • It is already integrated into the operational grid of IN.
IDF View:
  • In Jan‐2009 MoD awarded $2.1 bn contract to Boeing for supply of 8 P‐8I (Poseidon Eight India) planes to IN, as a replacement for Tupolev TU142M. Thereafter in mid‐2016, CCS cleared $1 bn repeat contract to procure another 4 of the P‐8I planes.
  • Boeing’s P‐8I is armed with Harpoon Block‐II Missiles, MK‐54 Lightweight torpedoes, Rockets and depth charges.
  • P‐8I Aircraft is produced by Boeing‐led industry team, comprising CFM International (Engines), Northrop Grumman (Directional Infra‐red Counter‐measures & Electronic Support measures System), Raytheon (Radars), Spirit AeroSystems (Fuselage), BAE Systems and GE Aviation.
  • Also P‐8I is integrated with BEL’s Communication systems (IFF Interrogator & Transponder System), Avantel’s Mobile Satellite System, Dynamatic’s Power & Mission Equipment cabinet, Tata’s APU Door fairings and radomes and ECIL’s Speech secrecy System.
  • This indicates more work flow possibly for these Indian companies once works on 4 of the P‐8I Aircrafts gains momentum.
  • On a whole, we are of view that P‐8I developed by Boeing is world‐class and up to‐date from technology point of view (v/s Tupolev TU142M) and is well equipped to handle IN’s long‐range maritime snooping and Anti‐submarine warfare capabilities.
IN inducts INLCU L51 & a new weather monitoring System
  • IN has successfully commissioned INLCU L51 on Mar‐28, 2017 at Port Blair.
  • This surveillance ship is deployed for checking poaching, illegal fishing, drug trafficking and other unlawful activities in the Indian Ocean region.
  • This Ship with displacement of 900 tn, 62.8 m in length and 11 m in breadth will be armed with 30 mm CRN ‐91 guns, 12.7 mm Heavy Machine Guns and 7.62 mm Medium Machine Guns.
  • Also, state‐of‐the art Electronic Warfare suite is deployed for early detection of adversaries.
  • This LCU made by Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Ltd (GRSE) has a lift capacity of up to 216 persons (includes 160 fully equipped soldiers, 56 crew and 145 tn of military equipment.
  • Also, it has a Vehicle lift capacity is 1‐ 65 tn tank (like Arjun) or 2‐ 45 tn tanks (like T‐72/80), or 4‐ 13.5 tn BMP Infantry Fighting Vehicles.
  • In another development IN on Mar‐28 unveiled Integrated Aviation Meteorological System (IAMS), Rajali Air Station TN to ensure increased accuracy in their Weather Monitoring systems.
  • Implementation of IAMS is to modernize the Infrastructure across 9 of the Naval Air Stations (NAS).
IDF View:
  • This is the first LCU Mark‐IV ship commissioned by IN. In Sep‐2011, GRSE awarded Rs 21bn contract to make 8 of such ships.
  • All 8 of them have been released by GRSE and are undergoing trials.
  • In order to ramp‐up execution, GRSE outsourced major chunk of work to small Shipyards in‐and‐around Kolkata.
Company Update:
BEL reports Rs 88bn of provisional turnover during FY2017
  • In a press release dated April 1, 2017 BEL reported that it has clocked provisional revenues of about Rs 88bn for FY2017, reflecting ~19% yoy increase. Reported provisional revenues are ahead of our estimates of Rs 82.7bn.
  • Execution of projects like, Akash Weapon Systems, Handheld Thermal Imager with Laser Range Finder, 3D Tactical Control Radar, Weapon Locating Radar, Upgraded L70 Guns, Fire Control Systems, Hull Mounted Sonar, Radio relays, Elements of Integrated Air Command and Control Systems, Ship borne Electronic Warfare Systems in our view contributed to such strong top‐line numbers for FY2017.
  • On the back of such strong execution, we expect the company to report better than expected EPS estimate of Rs 63.9/share for FY2017.
  • Strong bid pipeline, coupled with their strong market positioning, should help BEL report strong financial performance, going forward. We continue to maintain BUY rating on the stock with price target of Rs 192/share.
BDL and L&T sign MoU to export Torpedoes
  • On Mar‐27 Bharat Dynamics Ltd. (BDL) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with L&T to export Light Weight Torpedoes (LWT‐XP) designed and developed by Naval Science & Technology Laboratory (NSTL).
  • Currently, NSTL torpedoes are deployed in the IN Ships.
  • BDL is the lead manufacturer of all the indigenously developed Missiles with its production units at Telangana and Andhra.
  • With the technology transfer from NSTL, BDL will start manufacturing Torpedoes, going forward.
IDF View:
  • This is a positive development as private sector participation continues to increase in the Indian Defense eco‐system.
  • India in Mar‐2017 had signed $ 37.9mn contract with Myanmar to supply Lightweight Torpedoes.
  • In order to fulfill the requirement for this contract, we expect BDL & L&T to combinedly work and deliver the Torpedoes to Myanmar government.
  • L&T in our view offers Torpedo Ladle Cars (TLC) in various capacities (from 175‐400 tn) to meet the transport requirement of hot metals at their Steel plants. L&T designs and manufactures TLC’s at their integrated manufacturing facility in Odisha, which is equipped with advanced features, like, Automated Positioning systems, On‐board Weighing systems, Online tracking systems, etc.
  • We expect L&T’s share of this project to be somewhere around Rs 800mn.
Samtel Avionics ties‐up with Hanwha for Military Applications
  • Delhi based Samtel Avionics has formed joint venture with Hanwha Systems, South Korea to manufacture products of avionics and military applications.
  • This JV aims to manufacture Military Electronics, Optronics for Guided Missile, Rockets, Guided Missiles and Laser‐Guided Bombs (LGB).
IDF View:
  • Samtel over the years has built capabilities in Airborne Electro‐Optic Systems, Electronic Warfare Systems (EWS), and packages to upgrade Armoured Vehicles (including day and night sights, Fire Control Systems, Ballistic Computer, smart computers with displays).
  • Hanwha Systems on the other hand, is a South Korea Defense company specializing in Naval and Air Command, Control, Communication, Computer and Intelligence (C4I), Guided Weapons, Electronic Warfare (EW) and Future Combat Systems.
  • This is a second JV for Hanwha Group. Earlier, through Hanwha Techwin it collaborated with L&T to provide Artillery Guns for IA. It is still waiting for this project to be awarded.
  • As part of this JV, Hanwha has agreed to the full transfer of technology for 3‐4 platform project opportunities that they are pursuing.
  • With 3‐4 JV’s already vying for the same emerging pie, it needs to be seen, which all Joint Ventures would emerge victorious.
  • Notably, companies with in‐house capabilities like, BEL would still enjoy edge over other players for next 2‐3 years as they have high indigenization component to offer, which should help them quote competitive pricing.
  • Further, smaller Defense companies like, Premier Explosives would see increased competition 2‐3 years down the line, from this JV as Samtel would get access to technology for making Seekers.
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Opening Day 2020: Crowd Noise Not Included - Happy Opening Day! I made a playlist using only songs from MLB's Walk-Up Music Database.

Opening Day 2020: Crowd Noise Not Included
Last week I was watching an intrasquad game between the Tigers and the Tigers when I heard a song I didn't recognize begin to play when Christin Stewart came to the plate. I still don't know what song it was, but I did stumble across the MLB Walk-Up Music Database.
Opening Day is an incredible day in Detroit, even during a rebuild. Unfortunately, 2020 won't let us have nice things, but I still wanted to put together a playlist to mark the occasion. This year, I decided to use only songs from the MLB Walk-Up Music Database. I didn't expect to find any deep cuts, though there were actually a few (Gangstarr ft. Inspectah Deck - Above the Clouds), but that was alright because Opening Day parties tend to attract a fairly diverse crowd and any playlists for today should prioritize crowd pleasers over indieheads favorites.
Before we get to the tracks, I just want to point out that the database has not been updated to reflect current rosters, so you'll still see Josh Donaldson on the Braves and players that have opted out appear as well.
It's worth noting that I went through the database in alphabetical order by team, so when Archie Bradley and Lewis Brinson both have Jay-Z's Public Service Announcement listed I attributed it to Bradley. This does slightly skew the total number of songs by each team in favor of teams closer to the beginning of the alphabet, but with the exception of a few songs that appeared often there were not as many duplicates as I expected.
This is not every song listed in the database. Nor did I listen to every song in the database. I've got a pretty eclectic taste in music, but a lot of that goes out the window when limiting yourself to a certain catalog of songs. That being said, Latin music is one genre I'll freely admit I'm not altogether too familiar with. When I saw a Latin artist appear over and over, or something like an album cover or track title caught my attention I gave them a listen. You'll definitely find more Latin tracks here (9) than country (0). While I love outlaw and classic country music, you'll find next to none of that in the database and the country I did come across isn't my taste.
My main goal was to make a playlist full of songs that appealed to the widest range of fans. That being said, I did try to keep my opening day crew in mind, and I still had to at least somewhat enjoy the song. Two artists, Post Malone and Travis Scott, appeared quite a bit in the database, but because they don't move the needle for me personally, you won't find them on the playlist. That's not to say that I excluded all trap. I've personally watched Trap Queen get a party started so Erick Fedde's walk-up song makes the cut.

I think a great walk-up song is something that gets the crowd excited, is still somewhat unique, and of course appeals to my personal taste. While not necessarily my favorite songs on the playlist, below are my three favorite choices for walk-up songs:
  1. Kyle Schwarber: Thuggish Ruggish Bone - Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
  2. Steven Brault: Come Down - Anderson .Paak
  3. Shohei Ohtani: Gettin' It - Too $hort

A few observations and highlights:

Two teams don't have any players' walk-up songs making the cut. With the Red Sox, I could have worked in X Gon' Give It To Ya, or Petty's I Won't Back Down, but early on (Boston being one of the first teams I went through) I didn't feel either really fit the playlist I was going for. In retrospect, both probably work. However, this did open it up for me to include the first of a few cheat songs. Opening Day is too fun to leave a team out, so to make up for the lack of Red Sox tunes, and knowing everybody loves MVP Baseball 2005, I decided to include Tessie by Dropkick Murphys.
Other cheat songs: or *'s
  1. Run On by Moby - My original goal was to limit the playlist to a single song for each artist. I didn't make it past Cleveland before I decided to break this rule. So when I got to the White Sox, I already had a J Cole song and a Kanye Song. Luckily, MLB game winner, Ryan Burr, had a great Johnny Cash song, God's Gonna Cut You Down, listed as his walk-up song. Knowing Moby's Run On relies heavily on a sample of this song, I decided to get creative. This was the closest country came to making the playlist.
  2. Back Into Time by Nightmares on Wax - This pick is inspired by Steven Matz. Of course he has Steve Miller's original version of Fly Like an Eagle listed. While the original is a great song, I'm choosing to be a bit selfish here and put on my favorite version. Personally I find this one a bit more fun, and I don't care for the outro at the end of Miller's version.
  3. Da Rockwilder by Method Man and Redman - Here I got the loosest with my rules. Miguel Sano actually has a Redman deep cut Let Da Monkey Out listed in the database. I would have loved to throw this on, but unfortunately it's unavailable on Spotify. There is a live version, it just doesn't sound great in my opinion. Da Rockwilder is Jim Thome coming off the bench to pinch hit.
  4. Bennie and the Jets by Elton John - Ben Zobrist may be the only player to walk up to a song performed by their spouse. No, one of the most versatile players in the league isn't married to Elton John, but rather Julianna Zobrist. Mrs. Zobrist, with Sir Elton's blessing, covers this classic from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. I didn't include the cover version for a couple of reasons, the nicest being that her version isn't available on Spotify.
  5. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) by Jimi Hendrix - To be fair, James Pazos has the equally great "Voodoo Chile" listed in the database, but no song brought down Comerica Park quite like this spacier, faster version when Joel Zumaya came charging in from the bullpen, and that's the version you'll find here.
  6. Welcome to the Show by J Dilla - Sign me to the Astros because I've cheated again. Pete Alonso has a Cody Johnson track listed by the same name, but it doesn't make sense for this playlist and again country music does not get a call up to the show. I love baseball, but I'm a Tigers fan first. We're coming off a 114-loss season; I saw a chance to work in a Detroit connection and you're just going to have to let me have this one.
  7. Valley of the Dolls by Santigold - Unfortunately, Yan Gomes' actual pick Brooklyn Go Hard by Jay-Z and Santigold isn't available on Spotify. I've tried to keep the cheating to a minimum, but this playlist is seriously lacking in female voices and if I get a chance to work Santigold into a mix then I'm going to take it.

Other notable tracks:
  1. Vivimo Caro by Jose Reyes - Yep, that Jose Reyes. At first I thought Ketel Marte had to be the only All-Star in baseball walking up to a song recorded by a former batting champ. Nope, Acuña also walks up to a Reyes track. Though he has yet to release a complete album, that didn't stop a slew of players from trying to channel the 4x all-star through their walk-up song.
  2. Jalapeño by El Alfa - Gregory Soto and Robinson Cano share the wildest song on this playlist. In fact, it inspired me to install a new Opening Day tradition. Everytime this song comes up at your opening day tailgate do a shot of habanero-infused tequila. Seriously, it's incredibly easy to make and you still have time to get it ready for your socially distanced get together. Take six habaneros and halve them lengthwise. Combine the peppers and a fifth of blanco tequila (Anything is fine, just make sure it's 100% agave - I like Lunazul) in a glass jar and let sit for one hour. Using a funnel, strain the teuila through a fine-mesh sieve back into the bottle.
  3. Rest in Peace (Undertaker Theme) by Jim Johnston - Hansel Robles gets my pick for most creative pick. I love the idea of him coming to the plate to the same track the Undertaker uses to enter the ring.
  4. Going the Distance (From Rocky) by Bill Conti - Does it slow down the playlist? Absolutely. Does a cut from the Rocky score deserve a spot on this playlist? Again, absolutely. I thought about putting Puff Daddy's Victory here, because it samples the Conti piece, but I've had a lot of fun putting together this playlist and this song only adds to that fun.
  5. Above the Clouds by Gang Starr- Pitching in the A.L. last year, Adam Plutko only came to the plate twice, but he wanted everybody in the stands to know he was a hip-hop head. I used to live between two bars in Detroit; one, I now tailgate behind on Opening Day and I used to shoot pool in the other while Gang Starr played on the Jukebox. Easy pick here.
  6. Touch the Sky by Kanye West - With five tracks and a feature, Kanye appears the most on this playlist. Once I decided to break the rules, I fully expected Kanye to end up with a little black ink. I'm choosing to highlight Ian Desmond's walk-up song because he had one of the most important responses to all things 2020. I'm only too happy to find a way to work him into the season.
  7. Chambea by Bad Bunny - By the time I got to the Cubs, I had already seen the name Bad Bunny pop up a handful of times. It would have been a huge disservice to my former fantasy MVP Javier Baez if I chose to continue skipping over the name Bad Bunny. Additionally, Bad Bunny shows up again because my favorite player, and happiest player in baseball Miguel Cabrera, is also a fan and his song goes in by default. My in-laws are Mexican, and after taking the Triple Crown in flip cup (Wins, flip percentage, "whooos") prima Tina will inevitably start requesting Mexican music. This year, I got you Tina. The best part about having Mexican family is Fiesta Tigres or as I like to call it, Opening Day 2: Boogaloo Eléctrico.
  8. Work to Do by The Isley Brothers - Color me surprised, I did not take the Canadian born future hall of famer to be a fan of The Isley Brothers. It's a jam and I've always been a big fan of Votto so this easily makes the mix.
  9. Oh No (What You Got) by Justin Timberlake - I wasn't familiar with this song, but that is an unmistakable Timbaland beat and this Justin Turner pick fits well on an Opening Day playlist.
  10. Word Up by Cameo - Word Up can be fun, but it's mostly included here because I'll use any excuse to bring up how amazing of a person Curtis Granderson is. He will always be a Tigers favorite, and by all accounts he's well loved by both New York fanbases, surely a rare feat.
  11. Ignition Remix by R. Kelly - The argument of separating the man from the music is always interesting. As far as I know, though I haven't followed it that closely, R. Kelly has not been convicted of the sexual crimes which he has been accused. If I'm wrong, feel free to correct me. What he's been accused of is fucking disgusting, but for now, this Kyle McGrath pick makes the list. In light of his recent anti-semitic social media posts, this is probably a good time to point out that Ice Cube's Friday also appears on the playlist courtesy of Taijuan Walker.
  12. Got to Give it Up (Pt. 1) by Marvin Gaye - If you're having a party and this song isn't on your playlist are you really having a party? Delino DeShields and his teammate Joey Gallo really help this playlist take shape with this track and three others (Pony, No Diggity, Hip Hop Hooray). All four are the exact type of song you want for a crowd pleasing Opening Day playlist.
  13. Go Head by Gucci Mane - In my first Detroit loft, my upstairs neighbor would come home, crank up the Gucci Mane and throw coins all over her floomy ceiling. In the mornings she would rip farts so loud they still echo in my ears. This one's for you. Sadly, this was Gordon Beckham's biggest hit in 2019.
  14. K.R.I.T. Here by Big K.R.I.T. - I did not expect to see my favorite song of 2019 show up in the database, so this Brian Goodwin selection definitely qualifies as notable for me.
  15. Rubber Band Man by T.I. - This was the hardest choice to make; do I choose between the radio edit or the album version with the over one-minute long outro. Where Joe Kelly's pick, Snoop's Lay Low, gets a pass thanks to the rule that states you can never have enough Nate Dogg hooks on a playlist, this outro skit is too long and therefore the radio edit finds its way onto the playlist.
  16. Tops Drop by Fat Pat - I don't even have to look it up; if Robbie Grossman didn't grow up in Texas I'll eat my cleat.
  17. Down for My Niggaz by C-Murder - When Dalton Pompey steps to the plate at Rogers Centre, I'm going to assume they play the instrumental. No way there is a section of this song that is crowd friendly. Works like magic for me in the Nemo's parking lot.
  18. Stone Love by Pepper - Jordan Luplow has two songs listed in the database, this one, and a Wiz Khalifa track. Luplow can come smoke at my tailgate anytime. Likewise, including 311 and Rebelution might blow the cover for some in my crew, but getting blowed is another great American pastime.
  19. Icky Thump by White Stripes - In Detroit, Alex Avila walked up to The Black Keys' I Got Mine, so he clearly has an affinity for late 2000s blues rock. Despite his best efforts, it seems Jack White cannot escape being forever tied to his rock rivals from Ohio. Forever a fan favorite, maybe Avila just misses Detroit, so I'm a big fan of the White Stripes pick here.
  20. Bridge Burning by Foo Fighters - I'd be remiss if I didn't mention my cousin James who puts together our entire opening day party. He's a huge Foo Fighters fan, so this one is for you cuzzo. Many thanks to Dan Otero.
  21. Enter Sandman by Metallica - Thanks to Mariano Rivera, Enter Sandman is forever an iconic baseball song and thus a great song for this playlist. Here it shows up courtesy of Danny Salazar.
  22. Brother Louie by Stories - Luis Guillorme gets a ton of credit for picking a song that works in his name. Either that or he's a huge Louis C.K. fan. I bet this one is a lot of fun at Citi Field.
  23. We Will Rock You by Queen, Breathe by The Prodigy, Killing in the Name by Rage Against the Machine - Liam Hendriks walks up to a mashup of these three with some Skrillex added just for fun. Nobody bats a 1.000, but 3/4 ain't bad.

Back of the card stats

In total there are 158 songs ready to soundtrack more than 10 hours of your Opening Day.
I kept the genres simple:
Genre Number of Songs
Electronic 6
Latin 9
Other 2
R&B 14
Rap 80
Reggae 6
Rock 41

I've read that some hitters get so in the zone that they really don't pay attention to their walk-up music. Perhaps this explains the greater number of pitchers that appeared in the database. They come to the plate far less, sometimes just a handful of times, and therefore give a lot of thought to their walk-up music.
Least unique songs: These songs that made the playlist roster appeared in the database for multiple players. Players not listed first were excluded from the by position data.
Song Players
Thunderstruck by AC/DC Mark Melancon, AJ Minter, Tim Melville, Caleb Smith
Return of the Mack by Mark Morrison Merrill Kelly, Mark Morrison, Aaron Hicks, Adam Eaton
Going Bad by Meek Mill Christin Stewart, Brandon Crawford, Patrick Corbin
Chambea by Bad Bunny Javier Baez, Joe Jiménez, Pablo Sandoval
Fireman by Lil Wayne Josh James, Kenyan Middleton, Matt Bush
God's Plan by Drake Amir Garrett, Miguel Rojas, Boog Powell
Jalapeño by El Alfa Gregory Soto, Robinson Cano, Victor Robles
Cochise by Audioslave Anthony Swarzak, Zack Weiss, Zack Wheeler: It's a Zack thing.
No Diggity by Blackstreet Joey Gallo, Adam Eaton
Alive (Nightmare) by Kid Cudi and Ratatat Peter Lambert, Adam Ottavino
Can't Stop by Red Hot Chili Peppers TJ McFarland, Alex Wood
Vivimo Caro by Jose Reyes Ketel Marte, Amed Rosario
E.I. by Nelly Max Muncy, Devin Williams
Attention Span by Rebelution Rhys Hoskins, Isiah Kiner-Falefa
Middle Child by J. Cole Max Fried, Jace Fry: If only old Pete Fries were still around.
What's My Name by Snoop Dogg Scott Alexander, Jay Guerra
Grindin' by Clipse Jake Cave, Jesse Chavez
'Till I Collapse by Eminem Sam Howard, Justin Verlander
Public Service Announcement by Jay-Z Archie Bradley, Lewis Brinson
Shut Up by Trick Daddy Yonder Alonso, Manny Machado
Yo Le Llego by J Balvin Yonathan Daza, Orlando Arcia
Humble by Kendrick Lamar Tyler Olson, Robert Gsellman
Money in the Grave by Drake Jake Bauers, Robinson Cano
For Whom the Bell Tolls by Metallica Ryan Tepera, Sean Doolittle
Seven Nation Army by White Stripes Seunghwan Oh, Stephen Strasburg
Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin Noah Syndergaard, Will Myers
Opening Day Roster: With only two games on the docket I wanted to add one more. Below are the rosters for the Jukebox Heroes and the Bad Hop Boppers. The Jukebox heroes are made up of players that had my favorite song at each position while the BHP roster has the best remaining player at each position. Naturally, (First base) I had to make the Jukebox Heroes first to at least keep the rosters competitive. This is why you'll find Scherzer on the favorite song roster despite being the best pitcher in the database. Lucky for the home team, I'm an Outkast fan. I also excluded players that weren't regulars, had a negative war, or were now playing in Korea. This is why you won't find Josh Rojas, and Adam Jones patrolling the outfield next to Brian Goodwin. And this is why you won't see Khris Davis penciled in at the DH. In the end, this really helped balance the rosters; especially considering the noticeable drop off in arm talent once Scherzer is removed from the pool. Sneaking Schwarber in behind the dish didn't hurt either. He played one game there in 2019, and I'll use him here to play the first game of 2020.

Position Jukebox Heroes VS Bad Hop Boppers
P Max Scherzer Max Fried
C Kyle Schwarber Mitch Garver
1B Brandon Belt Pete Alonso
2B Ryan McMahon Max Muncy
3B Josh Donaldson Miguel Sano
SS Dansby Swanson Francisco Lindor
LF Tommy Pham Joey Gallo
CF Delino DeShields Ketel Marte
RF Brian Goodwin Bryce Harper
DH Justin Turner Trevor Story
Who you got?
Have a fantastic Opening Day! I can't believe baseball is actually here.
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