Kansas City Royals mega-fan, Paul Rudd, celebrated the teams’ first World Series win in 30 years Sunday drenched in lots of champagne.
Follow the big victory, the Ant Man star headed to the clubhouse where he partied to with the players, who were more than happy to share in the celebration with him.
Back out on the field while wearing three Kansas City Shirts (because he’s superstitious), the actor couldn’t stop smiling while speaking to reporters about his favorite team.
“What am I even doing down here? I make movies. I’m a kid from Kansas City,” he told KCTV5. “I have no reason to be down here at all or to be talking to these players. It’s great.”
Last year, Rudd famously joked that if the Royals won the American League pennant that he would have a party at his mom house. Of course, the reporter had to ask where the festivities would take place now that the team won the World Series. “We’ll see,” he laughed, teasing that he might join in the baseball team’s parade.
Although the New York Mets lost, one star felt like he won after he was able to pay tribute to his father during the game.
Tim McGraw, who threw the first pitch during Game 4 Saturday, did it to honor his dad Tug McGraw, who was a player legendary relief pitcher for the team. To see the country star talk about the honor watch the video below.