Bill Murray delighted baseball fans yesterday when he put on a rain show delay at a Charleston RiverDogs game.
The actor and comedian fulfilled his duties as Director of Fun for the team, a Class-A affiliate of the New York Yankees, which he also part owns.
During the lengthy rain delay, he ran onto the field and rounded the tarp-covered bases before diving headfirst into home base.
The 61-year-old received a standing ovation from the players at Riley Park as he walked into the dugout after his performance.
The South Atlantic League game between the Charleston RiverDogs and the Savannah Sand Gnats was suspended after the fourth inning due to rain. It will resume today in Savannah, Georgia.
The game was stopped with Savannah leading, 1-0.
Charleston had two runners on base with one out and Angelo Gumbs at the plate with a 2-0 count.
Murray appeared on the Letterman show on Thursday night where he debuted a hologram of himself - inspired by Tupac Shakur's at Coachella - joking he was planning on sending it to events in his place.
He remained elusive when he was asked about a third Ghostbusters movie saying: 'You just gotta have a really good script. It's hard.'