SB Nation's video series "Full Nelson" takes a look at the Minor League Hall of Fame induction of one Bill Murray, Director of Fun (and part owner) of the Charleston (S.C.) RiverDogs, class A affiliate of the New York Yankees:
As evidenced by Amy K. Nelson's piece, Murray's in rare form - and that bit about him being an honorary Houstonian? Yeah, we made that up, but considering the man's career enjoyed a rocket-launch resurgence at the hands of Houston native Wes Anderson (Murray's brilliant performance in 1998's "Rushmore" was shot entirely in the city), we'll count him as a native. Here's a look at our second-favorite scene (this wil always be the first) Anderson/Murray scene, filmed at St. John's School in Houston:
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