It was a wonderful sight to see a capacity crowd at Wrigley Field on Friday night! This was the first time since the beginning of the pandemic that there was a capacity crowd. The night’s bonus was Bill Murray’s renditio0n of ‘Take Me Out to the Ball Game’ that has become a Cubs tradition. Cubs announcer Harry Carey for many years, sang this seventh-inning stretch song for the Cubs. Noted celebrities and politicians have chimed in, but there’s nothing like a Bill Murray rendition of the song.

Murray yelled to the crowd before the big moment: “This is what it feels like to be 100%…And, we’re gonna be louder from right now until the last out in the top of the 9th inning, understood?”

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The Cubs were playing the Cardinals, so Murray called for the fans to taunt the Cardinal fans:

“Let’s scare the hell outta these Cardinals, let’s scare them!!” 

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The Cubs beat the Cards, 8-5, so maybe Murray’s scare tactic worked.

“Those fans helped us win that game.” —Cubs manager David Ross.

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