Eddie Vedder's love for the Cubs knows no bounds! The Pearl Jam rocker was one of the most prominent celebrity Cub fans during their World Series run last year, and he's continued his friendship with some of the Cubs players by appearing in a new Major League Baseball spot featuring the Cubs that's a sequel to a spot that appeared last year.

The initial spot featured sluggers Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant staring up a souvenir company based around the home runs that they hit during the year, and as fans saw last season, business was booming. As such, in the new spot they've been able to expand.

Addison Russell, Ben Zobrist, Kyle Schwarber and Javy Baez are part of the growing souvenir team, while Rizzo and Bryan have employed former teammate David Ross as an intern and sought out Vedder to write a jingle. "Gone gone / Home run / this one's gonna go / Kiss it goodbye / That ball was Bryzzoed," belts Vedder to the delight of his clients. See the spot below.

The new "Bryzzo" spot arrives just as the Major League Baseball season is set to begin. Today (April 2) is opening day for the new season with the Cubs set to take on the St. Louis Cardinals this evening on ESPN.

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