I present to you Bill Murray's Induction speech for his entry into the South Atlantic League Hall of Fame. He opens with many great jokes, of course, before launching into a story of being taken to Wrigley for the first time by his brother.
It's all very touching and sincere, and he takes a lot of time to discuss how much he loves the sport and how many little connections he's had to baseball. Then he casually trashes the Northern League.
Speaking very encouragingly to the players that will play after the event, it should be no surprise that Mr. Murray used his roughly 13 minutes to be gracious and pleasant.