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WATCH: Jeff Garlin serenades Wrigley during Seventh Inning Stretch

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In addition to playing Larry David's manager/buddy on "Curb Your Enthusiasm," Jeff Garlin is a huge Cubs fan.

So it had to be quite the thrill when he, once again, got to belt out "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" on Friday afternoon at Wrigley Field.

Before serenading the Friendly Confines, Garlin told Len Kasper and Jim Deshaies that he watches them all the time on his iPad, that he's frustrated with Jon Lester's hitting so far this season and that he's going to print up T-shirts saying that he wants to be Joe Maddon's best friend.

Check out Garlin's singing in the video above (and admire his awesome Victory Auto Wreckers shirt).

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Garlin also crashed Friday's edition of Cubs Pregame Live, which you can watch below.

Garlin's presence certainly was good luck for the Cubs, who beat the Brewers, 1-0, on Friday.