Anthony Bourdain Went to a Baseball Game with Bill Murray and Danny McBride

Kenny Powers probably can’t believe his luck
Anthony Bourdain Went to a Baseball Game with Bill Murray and Danny McBride
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Look who’s in town! 

This week, the RiverDogs minor league baseball game in Charleston, South Carolina, got a visit from a very special trio: Anthony Bourdain, Bill Murray, and Danny McBride.

Murray, who spent a little time with a Clydesdale before the game, appeared on No Reservations back in 2010, when he and Bourdain went to lunch in Yonkers, New York.

McBride, who plays Kenny Powers on HBO’s Eastbound and Down, has yet to show up on one of Bourdain’s programs, but this outing might change things. 

According to Live5News, Bourdain is in the area to shoot something for Parts Unknown. 

McBride is working on a new HBO series, Vice Principals, which will be filmed in the Charleston and is currently on the lookout for extras of all ages.

Murray, meanwhile, has a home in Charleston, and is a part owner of the Charleston RiverDogs, an affiliate of the Yankees.

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