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Bill Murray Went To A Minor League Baseball Game

Posted on August 29, 2014 by
Bill Murray attends baseball game

Bill Murray can do whatever he wants. After all, he’s Bill F*ckin’ Murray!

Last night, the actor attended a minor league baseball game in St. Paul, Minnesota to support one of the teams he co-owns, the St. Paul Saints.

The team was playing their last game at their old field. But rather than sit in the stands to show his presence and support, Murray instead, took a very active hand in participating in the game.

First, he took tickets.

He even dressed for the occasion with a Hawaiian shirt and bucket hat.

He then took selfies with fans, making them see the world as a happier and better place.

But most epic of all, was when he caught the first pitch.

What a finish:

Murray has invested in a number of minor-league teams in the past, including the Utica Blue Sox, Salt Lake Sting, Salt Lake City Trappers and the Catskill Cougars. He also partly owns the Charleston RiverDogs, Hudson Valley Renegades and the Brockton Rox.

It’s so refreshing to see an actor with his fame be so detached from Hollywood! Don’t ever change, Bill!

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