The 'Ghostbusters' actor surprised fans when he worked as a ticket-taker at a baseball game in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Bill Murray worked as a ticket-taker at a baseball game in St. Paul, Minnesota on Thursday, August 28. The "Hyde Park on Hudson" actor greeted fans at the main gate of St. Paul's Midway Stadium, tearing their tickets and taking pictures with them.
Bill then made his way to the field to catch the first pitch from St. Paul mayor Chris Coleman. St. Paul Saints posted on Twitter a video of the 63-year-old actor catching the first pitch before throwing the ball into the stands. They captioned the video with, "Mayor Chris Coleman threw out a ceremonial first pitch to a very special guest last night...Bill Murray!"
The star of "The Monuments Men", who wore a Hawaiian print shirt, camouflage shorts and a white bucket hat, came to the stadium to celebrate St. Paul Saints' final game at the venue before the stadium gets demolished, according to Star-Tribune. Bill was later joined by his former "Saturday Night Live" co-star and current senator of Minnesota, Al Franken.
Bill can be seen in upcoming movie "St. Vincent". He stars along with Melissa McCarthy, Chris O'Dowd and Naomi Watts. The comedy-drama movie is scheduled to hit theaters in the U.S. on October 24.
Mayor Chris Coleman threw out a ceremonial first pitch to a very special guest last night...Bill Murray! https://t.co/LhGriormuS— St. Paul Saints (@StPaulSaints) August 29, 2014