There are few more famous, or more vocal Cubs fans than Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder. The Evanston native has never been ashamed of his baseball loyalties, so it only makes sense that he was front and center Wednesday.
With the Cubs playing in their biggest game in years, Vedder was on hand and in the middle of everything. The rock star shook hands with players and met with management.
Then, of course, he celebrated with the best of them.
Vedder was everywhere from talking with Jake Arrieta about how to play guitar to hanging out with Theo Epstein in the dugout pregame.
With each game becoming more important than the last, expect the camera to find Vedder plenty of times during the NLDS series against St. Louis.