Watch Will Ferrell reprise his Harry Caray impression on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

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Will Ferrell has brought back his Harry Caray impression just in time for the World Series.

The actor, who made his parody of the former Cubs announcer famous on “Saturday Night Live,” stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Monday to sling pretzels and even sing “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” with the audience.

When Kimmel asked how he was still following baseball even though he passed away in 1998, Ferrell responded, “1998? Holy cow, I’m dead!”

Carey’s love of drinking is well-known, and at one point during the interview, Ferrell pulled a warm can of Budweiser out of his jacket pocket, cracked it open and took a sip.

“Beechwood-aged, served in a metal can, just like it’s supposed to,” he said. He even got Kimmel to take a sip.

Watch the entire clip in the video player above. GO CUBS!