Cookie Monster crushes ‘Take Me Out to the Ballgame’ at Wrigley Field

first_img Related News By me some peanuts and … coookieees?! Om nom nom nom.Cookie Monster was the celebrity singer Thursday for the Cubs’ traditional “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” during the seventh-inning stretch. (“Me so excited!” he said ahead of the performance.) MLB asks Mike Trout to be in HR Derby ‘every year’ — and he says no To close things, he paid tribute to Cubs broadcasting icon Harry Caray’s “Let’s get some runs!” song-ending plea.Cookie’s take: “Let’s get some coookieees!”The Cubs didn’t need any more cookies (or runs) as they maintained their 9-7 lead to defeat the Braves.BUY ME SOME COOKIES AND C🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪KIES! pic.twitter.com/EbodOM1Fb3— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) June 27, 2019center_img Me at Wrigley Field to sing 7th inning stretch today! Me no can wait! pic.twitter.com/bAWPkPq1N5— Cookie Monster (@MeCookieMonster) June 27, 2019Suffice it to say, Cookie crushed it.The award for most delightful rendition of the 7th Inning Stretch goes to…@MeCookieMonster!!! 🍪🍪🍪 #AuthenticFan pic.twitter.com/l07HLgfik2— Cubs Talk (@NBCSCubs) June 27, 2019He started with, “Hello, Cubs fans! Today, C is for Cubbies!” — a twist on his Sesame Street signature “C is for cookies!” — before leading the Wrigley Field faithful in singing the song.  Rays calling up top two-way prospect Brendan McKay to pitch, reports saylast_img