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Jul 14, 2012

Jay Cutler delivers awful rendition of 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game' at Wrigley Field (Video)


Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was invited to lead the Chicago Cubs fans in singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" during Saturday's game at Wrigley Field against the Arizona Diamondbacks, and it was pretty awful.



Cutler's singing was pretty monotone and mostly off-key, and he showed no enthusiasm and didn't smile at all. Cutler appeared to go through the motions as if he couldn't wait until the song was over so he could get out of there.

Video via Sports Grid. H/T Sports Grid.

12 comments:

  1. For crying out loud.....leave the guy alone about his demeanor. He's a low key guy...just let him be who he is. Media need to get over it. He's our QB not a mascott who is supposed to entertain the media.

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  2. It was good when Harry used to lead the song during the "stretch." Now, it may be best to stop the dogmatic singing or the song.

    As for Cutler, I will be more impressed with him leading the Bears to a Super Bowl Title than how he leads the singing for the Cubs fans during a seventh inning stretch.

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  3. Uh, do you know the history of the song? I'm sure that you know that it was Harry Caray's baby. And hoepfully you know that it was Bill Veeck who placed the microphone into the booth that lead to the crowd singing along. But you evidently that Veeck told Caray that the reason why the crowd sings along is that they all know they can sing better than you.

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  4. This is OK, I have no problem with this what so ever. Now if it was at the Whitesox game, that is another story. Bear down

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  5. I spell it Kubs. They don't merit a "C".

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  6. We've heard a lot worse, and I agree with Jeff Stoel; he's a low key guy - not to mention he may have been nervous. If he stinks it up on the field then it's another matter, but I'm certain he is going to be a stud.

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  7. I think the Cubs need to make sure a person can sing no matter if he or she is doing the song. they do not have too be the greatest singer but at least know what the person sounds like first.

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  8. Because..... it's 1...............2.....................3 strikes uhmm...you're out

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  9. Cubs suck anyway. He sang it as well as they're playing this season. He should've sang it for the south siders, anyway! GO SOX!

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  10. A guy - not known for his singing voice - sounds like an average Joe with a mic in his hand. This is news because?? So now do you do an article on how Usher does awful rendition of hitting the open receiver in stride?

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  11. he's not a professional singer(maybe not a great professional QB either but that's beside the point)...it wasn't Roseann awful so i gather it must be a slow media day to even take issue with it(LOL)

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