JOLIET, IL – The Joliet Slammers have reportedly hit a home run in the ownership stakes, with Hollywood’s beloved funnyman Bill Murray and baseball magnate Mike Veeck reportedly stepping up to the plate as the team’s newest leaders.
Season ticket holders were the first to catch wind of this game-changing move on Wednesday evening, as Murray and Veeck snagged the majority share from majority owner Nick Semaca.
Murray, known for his love of baseball and whimsical public appearances and Veeck, Chicago White Sox owner Bill Veeck, form the core of an exciting new ownership group that’s generating major league buzz in minor-league Joliet. The team-up hints at a celebrity expansion, as rumors of another star player in the ownership circle round the bases.
With the Joliet City Council’s stadium committee set to deliberate on the change-up involving over 50 percent of the ownership rights, this developing story promises to keep fans on the edge of their seats. Can this dynamic duo lead the Slammers to victory? The next pitch in this tale of sports and stardom is eagerly awaited.