Brady Quinn threw out the first pitch and later sang "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the 7th inning stretch of Sunday's Cubs' game against the Reds.
Quinn was joined in the booth by a pair of his offensive lineman: Dan Santucci and Ryan Harris. Neither could protect Quinn from taking a major vocal sack.
Quinn was sporting a Jackie Robinson number 42 jersey to honor Major League Baseball's first African-American player.
Six Cubs' joined Quinn wearing number 42 on the day, including Derek Lee. Reds' star Ken Griffey Jr. also wore 42. Griffey was the person who originally came up with the idea of wearing Robinson's number to honor him.
As for the game itself, the Cubs got another great outing from Ted Lilly. He went 6 innings, striking out 10, while only giving up two hits.
Unfortunately, one of those hits produced the only run of the game as the Reds won 1-0.