Bulls announcer Stacey King brought the 'hot sauce' to Wrigley Field on Friday.
The former Chicago superstar spent his afternoon on the north side, cheering on the Cubs and singing during the 7th Inning Stretch. He continued to entertain fans by throwing his hat out into the crowd, but that plan backfired as soon as a quick burst of wind blew it up and onto the roof. Oops.
Here's a photo of the runaway hat:
For Carl Edwards Jr., Memorial Day has a special meaning.
That's because the Cubs reliever has a very close tie to the armed services.
Edwards met his fiance, Nette Smith, before her deployment in Afghanistan. Throughout her active service, Edwards kept in touch by writing her letters. Their relationship eventually blossomed, and now the couple has a one-year-old child.
With Smith's army commitment finished, she views Memorial Day as a time to appreciate all those who serve.
"To me, Memorial Day is a day set aside for me to remember some of the people I have met who sacrificed everything," Smith said.
Watch the couple's entire story in the video above.