Anybody with a child under the age of 10 has probably seen "Frozen" about 45,000 times since it was released in theaters almost three years ago.

Chicago Cubs All-Star Ben Zobrist is no exception, as he recently displayed on a trip to Disneyland with his daughter.

Zobrist held his daughter -- fully adorned in princess gear -- atop his left shoulder as they sang along to "Let it Go" at the top of their lungs while fireworks exploded in the sky.

It's one thing to pretend to pay attention as your daughter watches the Blu-Ray, but it's quite another to belt out every single word with that kind of passion.

Zobrist arrived in Southern California on Thursday in advance of the Cubs' weekend series with the Dodgers, and didn't miss the opportunity to hit Disneyland with his daughter.

As he wrote in the Instagram caption:

It started at the crack of dawn on a sunny morning in LA...14 hours and 14 theme rides later I found myself belting let it go while flurries fell and fireworks lit up the sky. Daddy duty till I literally got caught drooling on myself this afternoon. I would not trade one second of this for all the me time in the world. #offdayatdisney

Zobrist may not win the NL MVP this season, but he's certainly a strong contender for Dad of the Year.