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A walk up song, or 'hitting march' in Japanese, is a special song used as a cheer when each player is at bat. The song is different for each batter, and can be thought of as that player's 'theme'. Songs are generally assigned to players and not chosen themselves, and are often played by brass bands in the stands, by the fans.

List of Hitting Marches by SchoolEdit

Seido High SchoolEdit

Player Song Translation Notes
First Years
Sawamura Eijun Abarenbou Shogun theme Rogue General Period drama theme song
Furuya Satoru Kita no Kuni Kara ~Haruka naru Daichi Yori~ theme From a Northern Country ~From that distant place~ Drama theme song. The drama was set in Hokkaido.[1]
Kominato Haruichi Sakuranbo by Otsuka Ai Cherry After fall, he inherits "Cutie Honey" from his brother instead.
Kanemaru Shinji We Will Rock You by Queen
Toujou Hideaki Ikuze! Kaitou Shoujo by Momoiro Clover Z Let's Go! Thief Girls
Second Years
Miyuki Kazuya Neraiuchi by Yamamoto Linda Sharpshoot
Kuramochi Youichi TRAIN-TRAIN by The Blue Hearts
Kawakami Norifumi Makenaide by ZARD Don't lose
Maezono Kenta Tonbo by Nagabuchi Tsuyoshi Dragonfly
Shirasu Kenjirou Hissatsu Shigoto Nin Mortal working people Period drama theme song
Higasa Shouji Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky) From the American Rocky film franchise
Asou Takeru Memeshikute by Golden Bomber Effeminate
Third Years
Yuuki Tetsuya Lupin the Third theme Anime theme song
Isashiki Jun Uchuu Senkan Yamato Theme Space Battleship Yamato Anime theme song
Masuko Tooru Doka~n by Magokoro Brothers Ba~m
Kominato Ryosuke Cutie Honey theme Anime theme song. Later passed on to Haruichi
Tanba Kouichirou Jounetsu - Tairiku theme Passionate Continent OP for a long running documentary TV series
Sakai Ichirou Yamazaki Ichiban! by Yamasaki Housei Yamazaki Number One OP for the anime King of the Classroom Yamazaki!
Kadota Masaaki Popeye the Sailor Man theme OP for the Popeye cartoons

Inashiro Industrial SchoolEdit

Player Song Translation Notes
Narumiya Mei Southpaw by Pink Lady
Harada Masatoshi African Symphony by Van McCoy and the Soul City Symphony
Tadano Itsuki Connect by ClariS OP for the anime Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Kamiya Carlos Toshiki Runner by BAKUFU-SLUMP
Shirakawa Katsuyuki Kurenai by X Japan Crimson
Yamaoka Riku Tetsuwan Atom Astro Boy Anime theme song
Yabe Kouji Aitakatta by AKB48 I wanted to meet you
Yoshizawa Hideaki Moeru Toukon Burning Fighting Spirit
Hirai Tsubasa Himitsu no Akko-chan ~ Suki Suki Song Secret Akko-chan ~ Love love song Anime theme song
Soyogi Katsumi El Cumbanchero The Fun Lover[2] Also known as 'Rockfort Rock'[3]
Fujikawa Shinya Umi no Triton Triton of the Sea Anime theme song

Yakushi High SchoolEdit

Player Song Translation Notes
Todoroki Raichi Ultra Seven no Uta Ultra Seven's song Tokusatsu theme song
Sanada Shunpei SEE OFF by BRAHMAN
Mishima Yuuta Sunrise by Spectrum
Akiba Kazuma Natsu Matsuri by JITTERIN'JINN Summer Festival

Ichidaisan High SchoolEdit

Player Song Translation Notes
Amahisa Kousei Yaiba by The Back Horn Blade
Miyagawa Teru Heavy Rotation by AKB48
Hoshida Mamoru Go West by Village People
Manaka Kaname Touch by Iwasaki Yoshimi OP for the anime Touch
Ōmae Takahiro Sobakasu by Judy and Mary Freckles 1st OP for the Rurouni Kenshin anime

Sensen AcademyEdit

Player Song Translation Notes
Maki Yousuke Zankoku Tenshi no Thesis A Cruel Angel's Thesis OP for the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion

Akikawa AcademyEdit

Player Song Translation Notes
You Shunshin Seishun Line by Ikimono-gakari Youthful Line 2nd OP for baseball anime Oofuri

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