Former Cub Bob Dernier talked about inside the park home run, sang 7th inning stretch

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Former Cubs outfielder Bob Dernier was at Wrigley Field on Wednesday to sing the 7th inning stretch and watch the Cubs beat the Colorado Rockies 3-2.

Before Dernier sang “Take Me Out to the Ball Game,” he sat down with Cubs play-by-play announcer Len Kasper for five minutes to talk about his playing career.

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Dernier, who played for the Philadelphia Phillies and Cubs, said he could remember all 23 home runs he hit during his 10-year MLB career, but one was special.

I had a walk-off, inside the park, three-run piece in Philly that’s a good memory because it won the game, Dernier said. It turned into the left-field corner, and it kicked by Kevin Mitchell, who was playing left field for San Francisco, and I was able to circle.

If you don’t believe Dernier, here’s proof:

After Dernier chatted with Kasper, he sang the 7th inning stretch.

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The former Cubs outfielder didn’t have the best voice, so he should keep his day job as an ambassador for the Cubs.

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