Bobby Hull, the Hall of Famer who led the Chicago Blackhawks to the Stanley Cup in 1961, has lots of memorable moments in the Windy City.
Monday's performance at Wrigley Field was not one of them.
The 74-year-old Hull "sang" the "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" during the seventh inning of the Cubs-Marlins game. And his performance was, well, interesting. His voice appears to cut out during moments of the song, and at other times he is slightly off rhythm.
At the end of his performance, he encourages the Cubs by yelling, “let's spank that horse hide."
As forgettable as Hull's performance was, it may not be bad enough to qualify as one of the worst of all-time.
(H/T to For The Win)
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