Sometimes you just need to go where everybody knows your name.
The sitcom Cheers‘ run ended in 1993, but it’s still an enduring piece of Boston culture and features one of the most well-known theme songs of all time. It’s also baseball-relevant, since main character Sam Malone was supposedly a former Red Sox relief pitcher.
However, on Tuesday the show’s theme, “Where Everybody Knows Your Name,” was a part of the healing in the wake of the Boston Marathon tragedy. The Milwaukee Brewers put together a video tribute to the city of Boston featuring the song, as it was played at Miller Park during Tuesday’s game.
Check it out in the video below.