Bill Murray doesn’t do a ton of acting anymore, but he still continues to do other awesome stuff. He was at it again on Thursday night in St. Paul, Minn., of all places.
Murray was in town to watch the St. Paul Saints, an independent league baseball team of which he’s a primary owner. In the team’s final game at Midway Stadium, Murray was in attendance to help celebrate.
Also listed as “team psychologist,” Murray started his night by pitching in around the ballpark. He could be seen on the concourse taking tickets before the game.
Remember that one time Bill Murray was at our last game at Midway. You better believe we know how to throw a party. pic.twitter.com/giwNBQOEXd
Murray eventually moved inside where he had more business to handle. The actor threw out the first-ever first pitch at the stadium, so it only made sense that he caught the final first pitch, from St. Paul mayor Chris Coleman. After catching the pitch, Murray turned and fired the ball into the crowd.