Bill Murray Pulled The ULTIMATE BRO MOVE And Gave A Random Fan A World Series Ticket, SITTING RIGHT NEXT TO HIM!

By 11.02.16
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Bill Murray, as we are all well aware, is awesome. Even as a White Sox fan I can’t hate the guy.

Dude is crashing White House pressers to talk Cubs, starting “America!” chants at the Ryder Cup, basically he’s just living the dream and entertaining all of us along the way.

Murray is also ridiculously fan friendly, bartending, stealing people’s fries at airports, bro is everywhere.

And now he just one-upped even himself with this move he pulled before Game 6 of the World Series.

Check this story out, via MLB.com

Cubs fan Karen Michel was at the Progressive Field box office before Game 6 of the World Series on Tuesday, hoping that she’d have a little luck on her side and a single ticket would miraculously be available for purchase.

“I was thinking, maybe somebody didn’t use their ticket and they’ll want to resell it,” she said.

That, predictably, didn’t work. This time of year, in the postseason, there usually aren’t random single tickets floating around unused, especially the night of a possible clinching situation for the home team.

Disappointed but not surprised by her luck, Michel turned away from the ticket window. She soon noticed actor Bill Murray walking by, and, her interest piqued, she started to follow him.

What she wasn’t expecting was for Murray to turn around and hand her his extra World Series ticket.

“He turns around and says, ‘Here, here’s a ticket,'” she said. “And he kind of shuttled me into the door. I thought it was just a ticket to get in. But it was a ticket to sit right here.”

By “here,” Michel meant the seat right next to Murray, in the box section closest to the field, a few rows behind home plate.

“I thought it was just a ticket to get in,” said Michel after meeting Murray. “I didn’t think it would be anything like this.”

Amazing.

A story like that almost makes me wish the Cubs would win tonight. Almost.

[MLB.com]

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