10/10/07 9:46 AM ET
NLCS music video preview
D-backs, Rockies greatest hits set to Daughtry's 'What I Want'
By / MLB.com
For the freshly victorious Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies, wins in the NLCS and an eventual clubhouse champagne party with the World Series trophy being passed from player to player is what every player wants.
Here at MLB.com/Entertainment, we're celebrating October with postseason highlights of the D-backs and Rockies set to some of the best music out there, and today's clip, fittingly, is "What I Want" from Daughtry's debut album.
"What I Want" is the young Diamondbacks, hot as the desert sand after a three-game sweep of the Chicago Cubs that highlighted their exciting core of players -- shortstop Stephen Drew, 2006 Cy Young winner Brandon Webb, sparkplug outfielder Eric Byrnes and automatic closer Jose Valverde, to name a few -- and got them primed for their first NLCS appearance since they won it all in 2001.
And "What I Want" is certainly about the biggest Cinderella story of this year's playoffs, the Rockies, who have been on a tear since mid-September. Their mix of veterans and youngsters is jelling at the right time under manager Clint Hurdle, and with leaders Todd Helton and MVP candidate Matt Holliday bashing the ball and No. 1 starter Jeff Francis coming into his own, the D-backs will have all they can handle in this all-NL-West NLCS.
We'll have LCS highlights to more music from Daughtry -- plus KT Tunstall, Elton John and Pat Monahan. Keep checking back for your daily fix.
Playoff highlights, featuring Daughtry
Rox to Sox and everything in between.
WS highlights, featuring Daughtry
A Soxtober to remember.
WS Game 4, featuring Daughtry
Red Sox claim World Series.
WS Game 3, featuring Elton John
Boston brews victory at Coors Field.
WS Game 2, featuring Calendar For Preston
Pitchers' duel goes Boston's way.
WS Game 1, featuring Daughtry
Beckett, BoSox execute total domination.
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