Found June 12, 2012 on
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Yes, that Bill Murray. The 61-year old actor and comedian enjoyed himself a little slip ‘n slide during a recent rain delay of the home of the Charleston RiverDogs, the Class-A New York Yankee affiliate team.
The team’s YouTube account dubbed Murray the “Director of Fun”. Murray’s more official title is the part-owner of the team. It’s a wonder the third base coach didn’t hold Murray up at third. He looked a little out of gas after all the high-stepping.
I thought the throw home beat him.
Bill Murray Entertains Minor League Baseball Fans During Rain Delay [Deadspin]
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Betcha didn't know Bill Murray is a part owner of the Charleston River Dogs, a minor league, South Atlantic League team.
Oh, they are a Yankees farm club for what its worth.
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The tarp on the field didn't stop actor Bill Murray from running the bases during a rain delay at a Charleston RiverDogs (A-NYY) minor league baseball game on Sunday.
Murray slid into home plate, getting cheers from the fans and high-fives from the RiverDog players and coaches.
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If you love comedy and sports, there's no reason why you don't love Bill Murray. From Carl Spackler to Ernie McCracken to his role in Space Jam (yes, Space Jam), Murray takes his sports roles seriously. Now part-owner of the Charleston RiverDogs, Murray did his best keep the fans entertained during a rain delay over the weekend, as seen below.
For those of you who are fans of actor Bill Murray, he recently graced us with this classic video clip during a rain delay at a minor league baseball game.
Watch as Murray decides to run and slide around on the tarp during a break in the action at a Charleston River Dogs game:
How do you not love Bill Murray?