Actor Bill Murray Skips Out on Delivering First Pitch at Wrigley Field


Bill Murray was a no-show at Wrigley Field's season opener on Monday, despite being invited to toss out the ceremonial first pitch. 

Perhaps he jumped ship in Hong Kong and made his way over to Tibet?

Murray was replaced by the Sluga family, whom the Ricketts family handpicked out of the stands to pitch a little relief for the actor, who was MIA.

Also known as Carl Spackler, Dr. Peter Venkman, Phil Connors and Ernie McCracken on the big screen, Murray is a Wilmette, Ill., native and a lifelong Cubbies fan.

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