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Exclusive: 1-on-1 with Bud Selig following induction into Baseball Hall of Fame

Bud Selig's path to baseball immortality is complete! The former Brewers owner and MLB Commissioner was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame over the weekend.

But, before Selig left Cooperstown, he shared some final thoughts with CBS 58's Kevin Holden.

"Bud Selig, your first day officially as a Hall of Famer, your first full day as a Hall of Famer. How does that feel?"

"Wonderful. Really remarkable. You know I said this whole experience has been just stunning. It really takes your breath away, and after yesterday and last night and then again this morning, it's a great feeling," Selig said.

"You have a lot of friends back in Milwaukee. Friends and people you've been with for decades who have seen you go into the hall. What message do you have for them today?"

"I do. There were a lot of Milwaukee people here, and I know everybody is taking it back to Milwaukee. The truth is my going into the Hall of Fame, is that they're really going into the hall with me. This all started in 1965, and I feel good today and I hope they do too," Selig said.

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