The Chicago Cubs crushed the Milwaukee Brewers Friday night
Bill Murray needn’t bother with an arena to appreciate the customary seventh inning stretch! The entertainer, 69, serenaded a gigantic stuffed bear on Friday as the Chicago Cubs played the Milwaukee Brewers in one of the MLB’s first games back since the season’s deferral in March because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
In a video shared by the Marquee Sports Network, the Illinois group’s home system, Murray drove fans in melody, as would typically occur during the seventh inning with fans in the stands.
“Good everyone!” the Groundhog Day entertainer yells as he grasps the enormous stuffed bear close. “We gotta hear you sing! We need to hear all of you the exit plan to the inside field scoreboard!”Murray at that point tallies down and dispatches into a vivacious version of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game,” influencing with his stuffed bear — turning its face to his when it’s an ideal opportunity to sing “let me root, root, pull for Chicago!””Let’s get a few runs!” Murray shouted after the melody. The Cubs wound up beating the Brewers Friday night, 3-0. Murray is a prominent Cubs superfan — the on-screen character popped champagne with the group when they won the World Series in 2016.”I believe it’s incredible. Finally,” he said in the wake of hurrying the field following the notable win, which finished an over a century-long dry spell for the group. “The Sox have administered our reality for a really long time.”“I think everybody feels cheerful, it’s an extraordinary alleviation,” he included.
Proficient baseball made its rebound on Thursday night, but for an abbreviated season, with a doubleheader on ESPN including games between the New York Yankees and Washington Nationals and the San Fransisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers.