Can’t find a batter, man: Eddie Vedder catches a game at Fenway before Pearl Jam’s two-night stand in Worcester

An aggro fan in the Fenway bleachers throwing a Tigers’ home run ball back into the field and a near-Bartman experience in the 9th involving Prince Fielder weren’t the only vibes of Wrigley present during last night’s dramatic Red Sox walk-off win. Noted Cubs fan and Pearl Jam voice Eddie Vedder took in the game just off the 3rd base line, getting a good look at David Ortiz’ 8th inning grand slam while probably wondering “When will I ever see the Cubbies play like this?” Soon, my friend, soon.

MLB’s twitter caught Vedder at Fenway last night and snapped this pic. It seems like he was neutral in wearing any visible colors that might suggest he was leaning towards Red Sox nation. Then again, we just can’t see him rooting for the Tigers.

Pearl Jam’s tenth and latest record, Lightning Bolt, drops tomorrow via Monkeywrench Records/Republic Records, the same day the Seattle vets play the first of two back-to-back nights at Worcester’s DCU Center. Meanwhile, the Sox head to Detroit for Game 3 of the ALCS tomorrow night.

Check out Pearl Jam’s latest single, “Sirens,” below…