Jay Cutler Sings “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” At Wrigley Field (Video)
The Chicago sports scene is kind of weird. Fans will put up with a hundred years of futility and heartbreak from the Cubs, but they absolutely will not tolerate bad quarterbacks.
Just ask Jay Cutler. The guy came to the Bears from Denver prior to the 2009 season, led the league with 26 interceptions, and has been the scorn of the city’s football fans ever since. Hell, the guy led his team to the NFC Championship Game in 2010, but Bears fans called him soft because he left the game with a sprained MCL.
But everybody knows that, unless your name is Steve Bartman, there are no hard feeling at Wrigley Field. The Cubs haven’t been to the World Series since 1945 and haven’t won it since 1908, but every year over 3 million fans walk through the turnstiles at the friendly confines.
So yesterday Jay Cutler headed up to the north side – where they love losers – to throw out the ceremonial first pitch and sing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” during the 7th inning stretch.
How did it go?
Check it out:
The singing was pretty awful, but nobody booed him. That’s gotta be a first for Cutler in Chicago.