Even though he's 65 years old, Bill Murray still knows how to party. Case in point: Murray is the official Director of Fun for the Charleston RiverDogs, a minor league baseball team he partially owns in South Carolina.
The RiverDogs had cause for celebration on Tuesday night after they clinched a playoff berth in the South Atlantic League for the first time in 11 years, according to the team's official website. After the game, Murray joined his team in the locker room for a champagne celebration.
"Tastes like victory," Murray said as players sprayed him with a bottle.
Here's to hoping we'll see the actor and his RiverDogs become South Atlantic League champions in September.