Ozzy Osbourne: Worst 7th Inning Singer Ever

Ozzy Osbourne singing Take Me Out to the Ballgame in probably the worst rendition in the history of Wrigley Field.

The video quality is terrible in the above clip but an incoherent Ozzy Osbourne is all that will be remembered.

I had heard that the rendition by Denise Richards was bad but after listening to her and Ozzie it is no contest that Ozzy had the worst version.

This is the version by Denise Richards which while wasn’t great by any means was not nearly as bad as I had been led to believe:


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Author: Andrew Godfrey

Retired from newspaper work after 38 years. Had served in the Army in Hawaii and Vietnam in the 60's. Am now retired and living in Sulphur, Louisiana.

2 thoughts on “Ozzy Osbourne: Worst 7th Inning Singer Ever”

  1. Why do they ask these people to TRY to sing these songs before auditioning them to find out if they’ll be any good or not? Osborne’s rendition was downright awful. And who can forget that stupid fat pig Roseanne Barr or Arnold or whatever she was calling herself when she “sang” that disgrace to the national anthem in San Diego while grabbing her crotch.

    1. I think it is safe to say that Ozzy Osbourne’s drug addled brain was a guarantee that him singing Take Me Out to the Ballgame was an invitation for disaster and that is what the Cubs got that day…a disaster of monumental proportions. Denise Richards was not that great but compared to Ozzy Osbourne she was Mariah Carey.

      Roseanne Barr’s travesty of singing our National Anthem so disrespectfully should have got someone fired who came up with the harebrained idea of letting her sing the National Anthem. Then her behavior afterward compounded her bad singing.

      The only thing worse would be to have Jaleel White use his Steve Urkel voice to sing the National Anthem.

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