Bill Murray showed off his Cubs pride in a way only he can

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There are a few things that everyone knows to be true about Bill Murray, he is a huge Cubs fan and he’s never been afraid to look ridiculous.

Those two personality traits were combined Wednesday at the BMW Championship pro-am at Conway Farms.

From frat boy to bleacher bum, those shorts should grab every Cubs fan’s attention.

This is far from the first time that Murray has used an golf tournament to show off his baseball allegiance. Earlier in the summer, Murray called out Cardinals fans, calling them “Satan’s messengers.

Murray is a regular in Wrigley Field during the Cubs season. Since becoming a star in the 1980s, Murray has been one of the most recognized Cubs fans across the country.

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