Singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" during the seventh-inning stretch is a tradition pushing 35 years. Coined by broadcaster Harry Caray, it has become a tradition unlike any other in baseball.
Today, celebrities don a Chicago Cubs jersey and take their best jab at it, sometimes stumbling and mumbling, and other times landing in immortality.
Either way, the Cubs cameramen have it down to a science. They start by filming the girls, then they move to a few couples, then pan to the little old lady with the white buzz cut behind the first-base dugout, then to the kid on dad's shoulders, and finally, back to the broadcast booth ending on Harry Caray's face.
The cameramen have a way of capturing the atmosphere in the stadium for the fans watching at home.
Let's take a look at who has flopped and found success as a stretch singer at Wrigley Field.