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November 02, 2015 10:30 AM

Nothing says celebration quite like a glass (or a bucket) of booze.

Kansas City Royals superfan Paul Rudd, was on hand to witness the Royals’ first World Series win in 30 years on Sunday in New York City.

While the Ant-Man star, 46, watched the game from the stands, he was more than happy to head to the clubhouse where he partied with the players after the big win. And in true sports celebration culture, Rudd was drenched with beer and champagne in the locker room.

Rudd, who grew up in Kansas City, proved just how dedicated he is to his hometown team by sporting three different Royals shirts for the occasion. “I’m just so superstitious,” he told reporters.

Rudd was all smiles as he spoke to reporters about how honored he felt to be at the game and have the opportunity to hang out with the players.

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“What am I even doing down here? I make movies. I’m a kid from Kansas City,” he said. “I have no reason to be down here at all or to be talking to these players. It’s great.”

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