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When Your Minor League Team Needs To Promote ‘Ghostbusters Night’, Who You Gonna Call But Bill Murray?
Bill Murray channels the late Harry Caray for awesome Toldeo Mud Hens promotion.
— Elizabeth Campbell (@WJXTElizabeth) March 27, 2014
The title says it all: Here’s Bill Murray, playing golf, in Pabst Blue Ribbon pants.
No Bill Murray or Tiger Woods at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am this year, but don’t despair: it’s still very much worth watching.
Let this serve as a metaphor for Native American sports mascots everywhere, and for Corso’s career.
The Saint Paul Saints, the American Association baseball team that once gave out Sen.Larry Craig bobblefoot dolls after Craig allegedly solicited sex in an airport, is holding an “Umpireless Game” on May 11. Instead of umpires, the Saints and Gary SouthShore Railcats will play the game with a judge behind home plate, and some calls will be decided by a jury made up of Little Leaguers.
Will Ferrell likes to do wacky stuff, and often, that wacky stuff involves a sports element. Last night, it happened to be at the Staples Center and involve Shaq. But where have we seen all this before?
Welcome to what’s turning into something of an intermittently-recurring series here at SportsGrid, “Bill Murray does Bill Murray things at sporting event.” Our latest edition: “Bill Murray does Bill Murray things on golf course, delights crowd.”
Bill Murray is a part-owner of the Charleston RiverDogs, a single-A Yankees affiliate. This is important because it means that, when Bill Murray attends a RiverDogs game, he can basically do whatever he wants. When Bill Murray does whatever he wants, wacky things happen.
Comic actor/icon/guy who sort of just does whatever he wants Bill Murray is a known Chicago Cubs fan, and as such, he’s a frequent guest of honor at Wrigley Field. He was again today. It went about how you’d expect it to go.