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* The ComicBook/XMen have a long history of this (perhaps unsurprising given that the school is in New York). An X-Men baseball game will always start with the rule "no powers". And it will always be broken. They also played basketball once with similar results.

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* The ComicBook/XMen have a long history of this (perhaps unsurprising given that the school is in New York). An X-Men baseball game will always start with the rule "no powers". And it will always be broken. They also played basketball once with similar results. And football (resulting in Xavier being tackled out of his wheelchair).
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* Episode 95 of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' had Kaeloo, Stumpy and Mr. Cat play baseball against Quack Quack, Olaf and Serguei. When Stumpy's team realize that the opposition is too powerful, they resort to cheating.
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheRaccoons'''s episode "Double Play" is a baseball episode with Bert and Cedric competing for entering a professional baseball team.
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' had "The Unnatural", in which Beetlejuice and his friends faced Scuzzo and his gang of clowns to a baseball game. Beetlejuice refuses to take the game seriously until he finds out it's a literal "sudden death" match.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' had "The Unnatural", in which Beetlejuice and his friends (the "New Yuck Prankies") faced Scuzzo and his gang of clowns to (the "Jokeland Laugh-letics") in a baseball game. Beetlejuice refuses to take the game seriously until he finds out it's a literal "sudden death" match.
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' had an episode in which his rival Scuzzo challenged him to a game of baseball.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' had an episode "The Unnatural", in which Beetlejuice and his rival friends faced Scuzzo challenged him and his gang of clowns to a baseball game. Beetlejuice refuses to take the game of baseball.seriously until he finds out it's a literal "sudden death" match.
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* ''WesternAnimation/ShaunTheSheep'' has the TV especial "Championsheeps" in which the entire farm made their own Olympics with each animal species like a team, made in 2012 for that year's London Olympics.
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* ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' had one. And since Haruhi is involved, they have to win the game in order to save the world. At the end of the episode Haruhi is trying to decide whether they should enter the local soccer or American football tournament next.
* ''Manga/BlackButler'' has a cricket tournament in the school arc.

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* ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' had one. And since Haruhi is involved, they have to win One chapter of ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' featured the cast playing in a softball game in order an effort to save keep the world. At Nekomi Baseball Club from absorbing the end of Softball Club. Most notable is Urd helping the episode Haruhi is trying team come back from behind by [[DistractedByTheSexy showing up in a uniform that's too tight for her to decide whether they should enter the local soccer or American football tournament next.
* ''Manga/BlackButler'' has
fully zip up without a cricket tournament in the school arc. bra]].



* ''Anime/{{FLCL}}'' episode 4 "Full Swing".
* ''Anime/SonicX''. Sonic and crew vs. [[GoKartingWithBowser Eggman's robot team]] with a [[PlotCoupon Chaos Emerald]] at stake. To be fair, Knuckles ''did'' tell them it was a dumb idea...
* ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'' did several baseball episodes... basically whenever Tobimaro showed up.
* ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku'' did one too, with the manager from Cha Cha Maru (a local bar) organizing a game against local store owners.
* Episode Thirteen of ''Manga/CromartieHighSchool'', when they decide to practice playing baseball in the woods and get lost instead.

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* ''Anime/{{FLCL}}'' episode 4 "Full Swing".
''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'': Involving World Baseball Classic.
* ''Anime/SonicX''. Sonic and crew vs. [[GoKartingWithBowser Eggman's robot team]] with ''Manga/BlackButler'' has a [[PlotCoupon Chaos Emerald]] at stake. To be fair, Knuckles ''did'' tell them it was cricket tournament in the school arc.
* ''Manga/CLAMPSchoolDetectives'' features
a dumb idea...
* ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'' did several
baseball episodes... basically whenever Tobimaro showed up.
* ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku'' did one too, with the manager
game between Nokoru and Suoh. Nokoru has a full team of girls from Cha Cha Maru (a local bar) organizing a game against local store owners.
* Episode Thirteen of ''Manga/CromartieHighSchool'', when they decide to practice playing baseball in
the woods CLAMP School's kindergarten division, while Suoh covers the entire field himself and get lost instead.uses 'Ghost Runners'.



* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' has a baseball FanGirl named Casey with whom Ash and the group meet up from time to time. She even has ADayInTheLimelight episode in the ''Pokemon Chronicles'' spin-off series involving a Charizard that lost its firepower (literally) and a washed up baseball pitcher. Fittingly, Casey's first episode aired in Japan shortly before the beginning of that country's baseball championship, and first aired in America the day of Game 1 of the 2000 World Series.
* ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' showed in one episode that the kids play baseball (card games may be SeriousBusiness, but at least they ''can'' apparently have other hobbies). Dr. Chronos ended up hit in the eye with a fly ball, but it didn't end there...
** There was also another episode where Judai was playing tennis in gym class (which he didn't like) and Chronos got hit in the eye again (clearly, Chronos has ''very'' bad luck with sports equipment). This led to Chronos punishing Judai by making him take tennis lessons from an Obelisk snob, which led to a duel over Asuka, who the guy had a crush on. (fortunately, like most opponents from the Obelisk Dorm, the guy was SmallNameBigEgo.)
* The ''Manga/MidoriDays'' manga has a chapter where a baseball game is used to settle a gang conflict.
* The ''Anime/SailorMoon: Sailor Stars'' (season 5) episode "The Power of a Shining Star! [=ChibiChibi's=] Transformation" had a softball game as its focus.
* ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'' had one. The bad guys brainwash a famous baseball player and try to hook him up with Princess Violet, who's holding auditions for a boyfriend. The heroes and villains end up trying to settle things with a baseball game for some reason.

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* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' has In the ''Comic Party'' anime, characters formed two teams to play against ''each other''; the game was eventually called a tie due to some complicated exigent circumstances.
* Episode Thirteen of ''Manga/CromartieHighSchool'', when they decide to practice playing baseball in the woods and get lost instead.
* ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' features
a baseball FanGirl named Casey with whom Ash and the group meet up from time to time. She even has ADayInTheLimelight episode in at least once which involves the ''Pokemon Chronicles'' spin-off series involving culprit of the week planning his attack depending on the game's outcome.
* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' episode 70, where Champa challenges Beerus to
a Charizard that lost its firepower (literally) and a washed up baseball pitcher. Fittingly, Casey's first episode aired in Japan shortly match to be held on Earth. The whole thing turns into a farce rife with LoopholeAbuse as [[ButtMonkey Yamcha]] is the only player who actually knows the rules of baseball, and the match is called before the beginning first inning is over because it devolves into a brawl.
* Parodied in an episode
of that country's ''Anime/ExcelSaga''. The girls are sent to Excel's old high school to find out what today's youth are interested in, and up coaching the school's baseball championship, and first aired in America the day of Game 1 of the 2000 World Series.
* ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' showed in one episode
team, a RagtagBunchOfMisfits that are the kids play baseball (card games may be SeriousBusiness, but at least they ''can'' apparently have other hobbies). Dr. Chronos ended up hit worst team in the eye with a fly ball, but it didn't end there...
** There was also another episode where Judai was playing tennis in gym class (which he didn't like) and Chronos got hit in the eye again (clearly, Chronos has ''very'' bad luck with sports equipment). This led to Chronos punishing Judai by making him take tennis lessons from an Obelisk snob, which led to a duel over Asuka, who the guy had a crush on. (fortunately, like most opponents from the Obelisk Dorm, the guy was SmallNameBigEgo.)
* The ''Manga/MidoriDays'' manga has a chapter where a baseball game is used to settle a gang conflict.
* The ''Anime/SailorMoon: Sailor Stars'' (season 5) episode "The Power of a Shining Star! [=ChibiChibi's=] Transformation" had a softball game as its focus.
* ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'' had one. The bad guys brainwash a famous baseball player and try to hook him up with Princess Violet, who's holding auditions for a boyfriend. The heroes and villains end up trying to settle things with a baseball game for some reason.
city.



* ''Manga/SoraWoKakeruShoujo's'' ninth episode plucks up the entirety of its main cast and sets them in a modern day world that tells a baseball story instead of the colony warfare one that had been playing out up until then. QT powers are still present despite this.
* One of the ''Manga/OnePiece'' movies opens with a short featuring the crew playing baseball against some villains, complete with Zoro wielding three bats. In another short, they play soccer.
* ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' has a baseball episode, featuring all the characters in chibi form.

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* ''Manga/SoraWoKakeruShoujo's'' ninth ''Anime/{{FLCL}}'' episode plucks up the entirety of its main cast and sets them in a modern day world 4 "Full Swing".
* ''Anime/GundamBuildFighters'' has about half an episode
that tells a features, of all things, baseball story instead of the colony warfare one that had been playing out up until then. QT powers are still present despite this.
* One of the ''Manga/OnePiece'' movies opens with
as a short featuring the crew playing baseball against some villains, complete with Zoro wielding three bats. In another short, they play soccer.
* ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' has a baseball episode, featuring all the characters in chibi form.
medium for ''{{Mecha}} combat''.



* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'': Involving World Baseball Classic.

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* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'': Involving World ''Anime/HanaukyoMaidTai La Verite'' episode 6. The maid departments (security, medical, technology etc.) compete in a softball tournament to determine budget allocations.
* ''Anime/HappinessChargePrettyCure'' Episode 12 has is a
Baseball Classic.Teribad that shoots baseballs for its attack. So what does Cure Lovely do in this situation? Congers up a bat and goes, "Play Ball!"
* ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' had one. And since Haruhi is involved, they have to win the game in order to save the world. At the end of the episode Haruhi is trying to decide whether they should enter the local soccer or American football tournament next.



* Parodied in an episode of ''Anime/ExcelSaga''. The girls are sent to Excel's old high school to find out what today's youth are interested in, and up coaching the school's baseball team, a RagtagBunchOfMisfits that are the worst team in the city.

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* Parodied in an episode of ''Anime/ExcelSaga''. The girls are sent to Excel's old high school to find out what today's youth are interested in, and up coaching the school's ''Manga/KirarinRevolution'' has a baseball team, a RagtagBunchOfMisfits that are episode as well.
* ''LightNovel/KyoKaraMaoh'' has these by
the worst team bucketload. Part of Yuuri's coming-of-age ceremony in the city.Shin Makoku is a baseball game, even.



* ''Anime/OnegaiMyMelody ~Spin-Around Shuffle~'' episode 8
* ''Anime/HanaukyoMaidTai La Verite'' episode 6. The maid departments (security, medical, technology etc.) compete in a softball tournament to determine budget allocations.
* ''Anime/{{Voltron}}'' once had the good guys and the bad guys play American football.
* ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'' had an episode take place in a baseball stadium. As usual, Galactor gets involved.

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* ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku'' did one too, with the manager from Cha Cha Maru (a local bar) organizing a game against local store owners.
%%* ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior''
* The ''Manga/MidoriDays'' manga has a chapter where a baseball game is used to settle a gang conflict.
* ''Ojarumaru'' had one. Surprisingly, the episode didn't focus on characters playing a game of baseball, but rather on Ojarumaru learning how to pitch a baseball.
* One of the ''Manga/OnePiece'' movies opens with a short featuring the crew playing baseball against some villains, complete with Zoro wielding three bats. In another short, they play soccer.
* ''Anime/OnegaiMyMelody ~Spin-Around Shuffle~'' episode 8
8.
* ''Anime/HanaukyoMaidTai La Verite'' ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' has a baseball FanGirl named Casey with whom Ash and the group meet up from time to time. She even has ADayInTheLimelight episode 6. in the ''Pokemon Chronicles'' spin-off series involving a Charizard that lost its firepower (literally) and a washed up baseball pitcher. Fittingly, Casey's first episode aired in Japan shortly before the beginning of that country's baseball championship, and first aired in America the day of Game 1 of the 2000 World Series.
* ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' has a baseball episode, featuring all the characters in chibi form.
*
The maid departments (security, medical, technology etc.) compete in ''Anime/SailorMoon: Sailor Stars'' (season 5) episode "The Power of a Shining Star! [=ChibiChibi's=] Transformation" had a softball tournament to determine budget allocations.
* ''Anime/{{Voltron}}'' once had the good guys and the bad guys play American football.
* ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'' had an episode take place in a baseball stadium. As usual, Galactor gets involved.
game as its focus.



* ''Manga/CLAMPSchoolDetectives'' features a baseball game between Nokoru and Suoh. Nokoru has a full team of girls from the CLAMP School's kindergarten division, while Suoh covers the entire field himself and uses 'Ghost Runners'.
* ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior''
* ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' features a baseball episode at least once which involves the culprit of the week planning his attack depending on the game's outcome.

to:

* ''Manga/CLAMPSchoolDetectives'' features ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'' had one. The bad guys brainwash a famous baseball player and try to hook him up with Princess Violet, who's holding auditions for a boyfriend. The heroes and villains end up trying to settle things with a baseball game between Nokoru and Suoh. Nokoru has a full team of girls from the CLAMP School's kindergarten division, while Suoh covers the entire field himself and uses 'Ghost Runners'.
* ''Anime/MegaManNTWarrior''
* ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' features a baseball episode at least once which involves the culprit of the week planning his attack depending on the game's outcome.
for some reason.



* ''LightNovel/KyoKaraMaoh'' has these by the bucketload. Part of Yuuri's coming-of-age ceremony in Shin Makoku is a baseball game, even.
* ''Manga/KirarinRevolution'' has a baseball episode as well.
* In the ''Comic Party'' anime, characters formed two teams to play against ''each other''; the game was eventually called a tie due to some complicated exigent circumstances.

to:

* ''LightNovel/KyoKaraMaoh'' has these by the bucketload. Part of Yuuri's coming-of-age ceremony ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'' had an episode take place in Shin Makoku is a baseball game, even.
* ''Manga/KirarinRevolution'' has a baseball episode as well.
* In the ''Comic Party'' anime, characters formed two teams to play against ''each other''; the game was eventually called a tie due to some complicated exigent circumstances.
stadium. As usual, Galactor gets involved.



* One chapter of ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' featured the cast playing in a softball game in an effort to keep the Nekomi Baseball Club from absorbing the Softball Club. Most notable is Urd helping the team come back from behind by [[DistractedByTheSexy showing up in a uniform that's too tight for her to fully zip up without a bra]].
* ''Anime/GundamBuildFighters'' has about half an episode that features, of all things, baseball as a medium for ''{{Mecha}} combat''.
* Several chapters of the gag manga ''Urayasu Tekkin Kazoku'' when it involves baseball fanboy Namida setting up a game. The ''Ganso'' sequel series has a bonus color chapter about the kids playing baseball, playing it straight.
* ''Ojarumaru'' had one. Surprisingly, the episode didn't focus on characters playing a game of baseball, but rather on Ojarumaru learning how to pitch a baseball.
* ''Anime/StarDriver'' has a bunch of characters that are important to the plot playing high school baseball in episode 10, including some characters [[ChekhovsGunman that haven't yet been brought to the fore as Star Drivers]] (mecha pilots).
* ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod'': [[http://www.batoto.net/read/_/102243/tower-of-god_v2_ch15_by_the-company Love vs Viole with Love's baseball theme attacks.]]
* ''Anime/HappinessChargePrettyCure'' Episode 12 has is a Baseball Teribad that shoots baseballs for its attack. So what does Cure Lovely do in this situation? Congers up a bat and goes, "Play Ball!"



* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' episode 70, where Champa challenges Beerus to a baseball match to be held on Earth. The whole thing turns into a farce rife with LoopholeAbuse as [[ButtMonkey Yamcha]] is the only player who actually knows the rules of baseball, and the match is called before the first inning is over because it devolves into a brawl.

to:

* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' ''Anime/SonicX''. Sonic and crew vs. [[GoKartingWithBowser Eggman's robot team]] with a [[PlotCoupon Chaos Emerald]] at stake. To be fair, Knuckles ''did'' tell them it was a dumb idea...
* ''Manga/SoraWoKakeruShoujo's'' ninth
episode 70, where Champa challenges Beerus to plucks up the entirety of its main cast and sets them in a modern day world that tells a baseball match story instead of the colony warfare one that had been playing out up until then. QT powers are still present despite this.
* ''Anime/StarDriver'' has a bunch of characters that are important
to be held on Earth. The whole thing turns into a farce rife the plot playing high school baseball in episode 10, including some characters [[ChekhovsGunman that haven't yet been brought to the fore as Star Drivers]] (mecha pilots).
* ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod'': [[http://www.batoto.net/read/_/102243/tower-of-god_v2_ch15_by_the-company Love vs Viole
with LoopholeAbuse as [[ButtMonkey Yamcha]] is Love's baseball theme attacks.]]
* Several chapters of
the only player who actually knows gag manga ''Urayasu Tekkin Kazoku'' when it involves baseball fanboy Namida setting up a game. The ''Ganso'' sequel series has a bonus color chapter about the rules of kids playing baseball, playing it straight.
* ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'' did several baseball episodes... basically whenever Tobimaro showed up.
* ''Anime/{{Voltron}}'' once had the good guys
and the match is called before bad guys play American football.
* ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' showed in one episode that
the first inning is kids play baseball (card games may be SeriousBusiness, but at least they ''can'' apparently have other hobbies). Dr. Chronos ended up hit in the eye with a fly ball, but it didn't end there...
** There was also another episode where Judai was playing tennis in gym class (which he didn't like) and Chronos got hit in the eye again (clearly, Chronos has ''very'' bad luck with sports equipment). This led to Chronos punishing Judai by making him take tennis lessons from an Obelisk snob, which led to a duel
over because it devolves into Asuka, who the guy had a brawl.crush on. (fortunately, like most opponents from the Obelisk Dorm, the guy was SmallNameBigEgo).
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** The SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/PopeyeAndSon'' has one: "Mighty Olive at the Bat" with AnAesop about women in sports.
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10'' had this and that episode is named "The Unnaturals." It is set in Philadelphia in which the Cannons (Ben's hometown team) had a baseball game and their rival team is the Squires. As [=XLR8=], he sabotages Cash and J.T. before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons to play the next baseball game (with Cash in his red underwear suit, showing that his baseball suit has a number 23 that the main character uses). There, he tries to bat the ball but it failed two times. After a third try, he runs from his starting point until to the referee or umpire where the safe is and on that location, he transformed into Four Arms. The baseball association in this show or episode is called the Little League Baseball.

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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10'' had this and that episode is named "The Unnaturals." It is set in Philadelphia in which the Cannons (Ben's hometown team) had a baseball game and their rival team is the Squires. As [=XLR8=], he sabotages Cash and J.T. before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons to play the next baseball game (with Cash in his red underwear suit, showing that his baseball suit has a number 23 that the main character uses). There, he tries to bat the ball but it failed two times. After a third try, he runs from his starting point until up to the referee or umpire where the safe is and on that location, he transformed into Four Arms. The baseball association in this show or episode is called the Little League Baseball.
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10'' had this and that episode is named "The Unnaturals." It is set in Philadelphia in which the Cannons (Ben's hometown team) had a baseball game and their rival team is the Squires. As [=XLR8=], he sabotages Cash and J.T. before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons to play the next baseball game (with Cash in his red underwear suit, showing that his baseball suit has a number 23 that the main character uses). There, he tries to bat the ball but it failed two times. After a third try, he runs from his starting point up until to the referee or umpire where the safe is and on that location, he transformed into Four Arms. The baseball association in this show or episode is called the Little League Baseball.

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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10'' had this and that episode is named "The Unnaturals." It is set in Philadelphia in which the Cannons (Ben's hometown team) had a baseball game and their rival team is the Squires. As [=XLR8=], he sabotages Cash and J.T. before acting in favor of the team. Later in the episode, Ben sneaks into the Cannons to play the next baseball game (with Cash in his red underwear suit, showing that his baseball suit has a number 23 that the main character uses). There, he tries to bat the ball but it failed two times. After a third try, he runs from his starting point up until to the referee or umpire where the safe is and on that location, he transformed into Four Arms. The baseball association in this show or episode is called the Little League Baseball.
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