Bill Murray wore argyle Cubs pants during golf tournament

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Count Bill Murray among the many Cubs fans ready for baseball season.

With spring training just around the corner, the comedian sported a spectacular pair of Cubs-themed argyle pants this weekend while competing in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

The pants were made by apparel brand Loud Mouth Golf, and can be purchased for $130. The company also makes the design in shorts, skirts, vests and even knickerbockers.

Murray, a Wilmette native and an unabashed Cubs fan, has throw out the first pitch, sung “Take me out to the ballgame” and even run the bases at Wrigley in the past.

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