Here's Eddie Vedder throwing out the first pitch at Wrigley

Here's Eddie Vedder throwing out the first pitch at Wrigley
July 24, 2014, 7:45 pm
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Eddie Vedder loves the Cubs.

Seriously. He blows most other celebrity Cubs fans out of the water. Have John Cusack and Vince Vaughn recorded songs about how the Cubs are one day going to win the World Series? No. They haven't.

The Pearl Jam frontman was back on the North Side out the ceremonial first pitch ahead of Thursday night's Cubs-Padres game at Wrigley Field, which you can see in the video above.

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It's far from the first time the rock n roll legend has been at the Friendly Confines. He's sung the seventh-inning stretch on multiple occasions, and Pearl jam played a concert at the park last summer. You know, the one where Vedder invited Ernie Banks on stage to sing along to his Cubs song?

And he's even attended Cubs fantasy camp. With Blackhawks legend Chris Chelios.

See? Eddie Vedder loves the Cubs.

P.S.: Wrigley Field is becoming rock n roll central. Jack White was there on Tuesday night. Rock on, Wrigley. Rock on.