Kristanna Loken, who played the T-X in "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines", echoes other celebrity fans who seem to be keeping the fatih that the Cubs can rally in the World Series despite being a loss away from elimination."Go Cubbies Go!"
Eddie Vedder made sure to call out a specific baseball player and dedicate his rendition of "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" to him. He may retire but he'll never quit. "Let's take this show to Cleveland!" Which team are YOU rooting for in the World Series?
On Twitter, broadcaster Peter Gammons tweeted that Vedder's tribute to Ross' final game at Wrigley Field was "a 2 min ban on dry eyes". Lifelong Cubs fan and frequent Wrigley Field attendee Vedder grew up in the Chicago suburb of Evanston, IL before the family moved to San Diego, CA in his teens.
That Ross was able to contribute to the Cubs' first World Series home win in 71 years was icing on the cake.
The Cleveland Indians, however, lead the best-of-seven series 3-2.
This performance is relevant because now Trump is a presidential nominee and the Cubs are in the World Series. Watch Vedder's performance below.
Murray's enthusiasm bubbled over as he gave a rousing speech before he began to sing the song, which he bizarrely performed in the style of the Looney Tunes animated character Daffy Duck.
Vedder followed on the heels of actors Bill Murray and Vince Vaughn who sang "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the first two games at Wrigley Field.