Fresh off their history-making World Series win, three Chicago Cubs players experienced the opportunity of a lifetime (not nearly in the same league as breaking a 108-year curse, of course), when they joined diehard fan Bill Murray onstage during last night's SNL.
Anthony Rizzo, David Ross and Dexter Fowler all starred alongside the actor in the show's Weekend Update segment, where they appeared as members of a barbershop quartet that just won The Voice.
In the sketch, castmate Colin Jost asks Murray, "You on the end, you look familiar. Did you use to work here?" to which he responds, ""I did, but that was so many lifetimes ago. Right now, for me, it's all about our music." LOL.
The guys then broke out into a rendition of Wrigley Field's favorite song, "Go Cubs Go."
When the Cubs finally became the ultimate baseball champs Wednesday night, no one was arguably more excited than Murray. The Ghostbusters star, a Chicago native and hardcore Cubs fan, has been making his fandom known by appearing on big screens flexing his muscles and even predicting the Cubs would make it to the World Series at the White House.