In a bit of a fun fact you may not be aware of, Bill Murray has been a co-owner and “team psychologist” of the St. Paul Saints, an independent minor league baseball team in Minnesota, since 1993. The team played their final game at Midway Stadium, their home ballpark for the last 22 years, on Thursday night and Murray was in attendance for the end of an era.

But Murray, man of the people, wasn’t just there to sit in a luxury box, have a few ‘dogs and watch his guys play. Nope, he got his hands dirty (figuratively speaking) and was down at the turnstiles taking tickets from fans filing into the park before catching the first pitch from St. Paul’s mayor before the Saints took on the Winnipeg Goldeyes.

So, yep, Murray is still the best.






[Star Tribune]