Bill Murray Inducted Into Minor League Hall of Fame, Delivers Awesome Speech

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Bill Murray is a living legend. He's universally recognized as one of the best actors out there and is well-respected by many not only for his bold roles in both comedy and drama, but just for the many bold decisions he's made throughout his career. And also for being just an all-around awesome individual. Such awesomeness continued this past weekend with a classic Bill Murray moment.

What not too many people know is that he's a co-owner of a few minor league baseball teams which include the St. Paul Saints and the Charleston RiverDogs. Recently Bill Murray was inducted into the South Atlantic League Hall of Fame for his many contributions to the minor baseball league since 1984. He's been co-owner to a number of teams and has even created some himself throughout the years. It's about time he got the recognition he deserves but is still humbled by it all.

During his speech, Bill Murray mixes in a number of witty remarks along with his sweet memories of how baseball has affected his life. He reminisces about his first time going to Wrigley Field and how wonderful the Sally League is in his eyes. It's a truly sweet speech that demonstrates how classy of a guy Bill Murray is and just what kind of a great impact he has on other things outside of Hollywood. Check out the video below:

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