You cannot say that we didn’t warn you!

Elvis Andrus debuted his walk-up song for the new season on Monday in the Texas Rangers’ final exhibition game of the spring.

When Andrus’ 11th season in the big leagues started on Thursday his catch new walk-up song, and viral hit, was blaring over the sound system. What came next were three hits in his first three at-bats of the season.

What song is that? Baby Shark!

What, you have not heard of it? Have you been living under a rock lately? It is a song that your child has probably played on YouTube millions of times.

Check it out!

Yes, we know that you wished you could throw it through a wall, the computer not your child, for listening to the song that many times.

The 30-year old shortstop is the Rangers’ longest-tenured player. In his first at-bat he singled to left-center, then launched a home run to right center field in the third inning and lined a single to left in the sixth. His final at-bat was a groundout in the ninth to finish 3-for-4 with two RBIs and a run scored in a 12-4 loss to the Cubs.

Andrus said that Baby Shark is a favourite of his 20-month old son, Elvis Jr., so I guess it was obvious that he had to put a big smile on his son’s face with his new walk-up song.

And you better get use to it because it sounds like it will be sticking around for a long time. It probably should if he continues to stay hot in the batter’s box. Who knows, maybe we will start seeing the dance in the stadium when Andrus makes his walk to the plate each at-bat.

Even if a player doesn’t choose it themselves for walk-up, you won’t be safe. Case in point, the Dodgers’ organist Dieter Ruehle playing the song during a momentary break in action on Opening Day.

If you cannot see the video, click here.

I have a feeling a lot more players are going to want Baby Sharked played, especially if they want to break a slump with the way hitters are bashing the ball following the song being played.

By the way, if you watch the video of the song I am sorry because now it will be stuck in your head all day long.