The Arizona Diamondbacks have been to the Fall Classic and they've tasted the champagne as they've hoisted the World Series trophy. It was only six years ago, but their young, up-and-coming 2007 team might be on its way to another dramatic October conquest.
After a three-game sweep of the Chicago Cubs in the National League Division Series, the NL West champion D-backs are set to host the Colorado Rockies in the NL Championship Series, and nothing short of a win there and another trip to the World Series is what they want.
That's why it's fitting that Daughtry's "What I Want" is our featured song for the Diamondbacks' NLCS music video preview.
Will it be the slick fielding and emerging power that shortstop Stephen Drew showed in the Division Series that continues into the NLCS and gets Arizona one step closer to the promised land?
How many NLCS games will ace and last year's Cy Young Award winner, Brandon Webb, make a statement in?
How many will NL saves leader Jose Valverde put the finishing touches on?
Or will outfielder Eric Byrnes' infectious energy and manager Bob Melvin's stoic bench presence be the keys to unlocking another championship in the desert?
We'll find out when the D-backs and Rockies meet starting Thursday night at Chase Field, so check back right here for more music video highlights of the NLCS.
MLB.com/entertainment is all over the postseason, with daily videos featuring the best baseball highlights of October set to music by stars including Elton John, Daughtry, KT Tunstall and Pat Monahan.