Baseball is celebrating the 100th anniversary of “Take Me Out To The Ball Game” this summer. The cultural milestone was written by Jack Norworth, a Philadelphia anchor who had never been to a game, on a New York City subway ride — he was inspired by a sign that read “Baseball Today, Polo Grounds — and paired with a melody by Albert Von Tilzer, a show salesman. The song, traditionally sung during the seventh-inning stretch, was an instant hit — No. 1 on the charts for seven weeks. It has been recorded by Haydn Quartet, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Billy Joel, Aretha Franklin… and Donald Duck.