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Watch: Saints update Mary Tyler Moore opening theme in St. Paul

The Saints sure know how to make you laugh.
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The 2017 season for the St. Paul Saints kicked off earlier this month, year three at CHS Field in downtown St. Paul.

Sure, they play baseball, but their "Fun Is Good" policy is really what's it's all about. Take this video spoof they debuted at their home opener.

Saints ace – and former major leaguer – Mark Hamburger is the star of this shot-for-shot recreation of The Mary Tyler Moore Show opening credits featuring the theme song, "Love is All Around." It's set in St. Paul – instead of downtown Minneapolis like the original.

The Saints return home this weekend for a brief homestand before hitting the road for the next two weeks.

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