Stadium Songs: Minnesota Twins

The Minnesota Twins pay homage to Prince, a Minneapolis native, when the home team homers. Jeff Hayes/AFP/Getty Images

Every day of baseball season, in seventh innings around the country, fans stand and sing lyrics that were written way back in 1908. The sheer shelf life of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" proves that America’s first pastime has long been intertwined with its tunes. But for a more unique connection between city and club, teams rely on their own traditions -- some newer, some older.

We decided to find out the one song that each team relies on to get fans on their feet.

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Minnesota Twins

Song: “Let's Go Crazy” by Prince

Tradition: Played after every home run at Target Field

Fun facts:

• The Twins used the theme from "Star Wars" to celebrate long balls through the 1980s but wanted a clean break after the 2010 move to a new stadium.

• “We wanted a Minnesota feel,” senior director of game presentation Andy Price said. “People recognized the local connection because Prince is, as we like to say, ‘One of us.’”

Bonus music:

• The Twins claim they were the first club to use U2’s “Beautiful Day.” They have used that after wins since 2002.