Retired Navy petty officer first class Generald Wilson performed a chill-inducing rendition of “God Bless America” during the seventh inning stretch of game three of the World Series Saturday night.

Check out the video over at The Blaze, but have tissues handy.

Wilson took to Twitter prior to the game.

Getting ready on the set!!!! FOX 2 TREATS YOU LIKE ROYALTY!!!!!

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WOW!!!!! THEY LET ME HOLD THE MIC!!!!!! LOL!!!!!!

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SOUND CHECK!!!! IS THIS THANG ON?!?! LOL!!!! LETZGOOOOOOOO CARDS!!!!!!

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Rocking it? Accomplished. Baseball fans couldn’t praise Wilson enough; His rendition struck a chord with many.

https://twitter.com/riverpig12/status/394292874709176320

Wow is right. That was OUTSTANDING! #GodBlessAmerica #worldseries #cards #redsox

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And Twitter sums it up as only it can … with hashtag!

Beautiful.

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