The Chicago Cubs are famous for a great many things, from their legendary players like Ernie Banks and Greg Maddux to their World Series drought that lasted for 108 years.
However, now that their World Series drought is over, the most famous Chicago-affiliated centenarian is none other than Loyola Chicago’s Sister Jean, the team chaplain for the Ramblers who turned 100 in August.
Tonight, as the Cubs were busy trying their hardest to lose another game to the Cincinnati Reds, both Sister Jean and Ramblers Head Coach Porter Moser were in attendance.
Queen of Wrigley Field for the Night pic.twitter.com/nEpF7XMw1E— Loyola Chicago (@LoyolaChicago) September 18, 2019
However, it was Moser who was given the honor of handling the microphone during the 7th inning stretch at Wrigley Field, during which some sort of celebrity is given the task of leading the crowd in a rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.”
Sometimes it’s good! Often it’s bad.
Surprisingly, Moser did a pretty solid job! Go ahead and listen for yourself:
Our own @PorterMoser did a phenomenal job getting the #Loyola Night crowd up at the @Cubs game tonight! #OnwardLU #MVCHoops pic.twitter.com/4FaRucZKAp— Loyola Men's Basketball (@RamblersMBB) September 19, 2019