Phillies’ Ryne Sandberg promises pay back after Nats play soft pregame music

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PHILADELPHIA -- Philadelphia Phillies manger Ryne Sandberg isn't happy about the music that the Nationals make the opposing team listen to during batting practice, and he's promising payback.

The Nationals played "Somewhere Out There" by Linda Rondstadt and James Ingram while the Phillies were warming up the other day.

In previous games, the Phillies had to listen to Patrick Swayze's "She`s Like the Wind," Anne Murray's "You Needed Me" and Dan Hill's "Can't We Try."

One player says he doesn't mind, he hears Drake all day in the locker room, so he's happy to listen to a little "Fievel Goes West" before the game.

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