World War II vet Raymond T. Mohr took the field to sing an inspiring rendition of "God Bless America" during the IronPigs' game against the Charlotte Knights.
The 99-year-old, who fought in the Battle of Normandy, had everyone's attention at Coca-Cola Park during his minute-long vocals.
He thanked the crowd as they continued to give him a standing ovation long after he stopped singing.
The IronPigs, the Triple-A affiliate of Philadelphia Phillies, called the moment "easily the best thing you'll see today."
And a photo showed catcher Nick Rickles shaking hands with Mohr.
"Thank you for your service," Rickles tweeted.
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