But let's take a second look at his historic leap into the baseball world and recap it all by the numbers - from highest to lowest. Because numbers are important, and so is Mr. Ron John William Ferrell Burgundy.
100-plus - Number of hot dogs he bought for a section of fans at the D-backs' Salt River Fields
76.8 - Miles driven and helicoptered by Will and his team.
14 - Number of hours #FerrellTakesTheField trended in the U.S. top ten on Twitter on Thursday
10 - Number of teams Ferrell played for, including the A's, Mariners, Angels, Cubs, D-backs, Reds, White Sox, Giants, Dodgers and Padres
9 - Number of times Ferrell was traded in a nine-hour span. Although only one of those deals involved a washing machine.
5 - Number of balls fielded, including this gem while playing center field for the Angels. Mike Trout who?
Double 5 - The sign for the slurge pitch Ferrell learned how to throw in Japan
3 - Total amount of players Ferrell puts ahead of himself in baseball history
2 - Number of dramatic fist pumps
1 - Number of times he made contact. He did it while batting for the White Sox and then quickly struck out
0 - Number of press interviews. Beast Mode don't do press interviews
0.00 - His ERA after throwing one pitch and recording one out for the Dodgers