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21st May '16 3:57:20 PM Andyroid
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Hit the Diamond", the Gems have to deal with a band of Ruby foot-soldiers from the Homeworld who have come looking for Peridot (who is hiding out in the old barn). Steven convinces them to settle things with a game of baseball. If they win, they can search the barn; if they lose, they have to go back to Homeworld.
11th May '16 11:29:51 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' has the episode "Arthur Makes the Team" in the first season. Arthur and his friends join a Little League Baseball game but Arthur can't seem to catch a ball for the life of him, leading Francine to spend most of the episode making fun of him. After seeing he is truly hurt by her words, she does a HeelFaceTurn and becomes his personal coach.
9th Apr '16 7:20:18 PM bryancrain88
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* ''Series/MagnumPI'' had an American football episode in season 2 ("One More Summer"), a tennis episode in season 3 ("Mixed Doubles"), and a softball episode in season 4 ("Squeeze Play").

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* ''Series/MagnumPI'' had an American football episode in season 2 ("One More Summer"), a tennis episode in season 3 ("Mixed Doubles"), and a softball episode in season 4 ("Squeeze Play").Play"). Noteworthy in that Robin Masters bets a year's use of his estate on the game [[spoiler: and Magnum's team loses. The bet is rendered invalid in the end, though.]]
9th Apr '16 11:36:18 AM bryancrain88
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* ''Series/MagnumPI'' had an American football episode in season 2 ("One More Summer"), a tennis episode in season 3 ("Mixed Doubles"), and a softball episode in season 4 ("Squeeze Play").
26th Mar '16 9:21:56 AM nombretomado
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... at least coming from the United States or Japan. Most other countries don't even care about this "baseball" thing. Other sports occasionally used include types of football such as soccer or American football, while the standard British or Australian equivalent would be a {{Cricket}} episode.

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... at least coming from the United States or Japan. Most other countries don't even care about this "baseball" thing. Other sports occasionally used include types of football such as soccer or American football, while the standard British or Australian equivalent would be a {{Cricket}} UsefulNotes/{{Cricket}} episode.



* The ''ComicBook/CaptainBritainAndMI13'' annual had a story with the cast playing {{Cricket}}.

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* The ''ComicBook/CaptainBritainAndMI13'' annual had a story with the cast playing {{Cricket}}.UsefulNotes/{{Cricket}}.



* An episode of ''Series/DadsArmy'' had the Home Guard playing a {{Cricket}} match against the ARP wardens (guest starring Fred Trueman!) [[spoiler:The Home Guard win when Godfrey, of all people, hits a six]].

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* An episode of ''Series/DadsArmy'' had the Home Guard playing a {{Cricket}} UsefulNotes/{{Cricket}} match against the ARP wardens (guest starring Fred Trueman!) [[spoiler:The Home Guard win when Godfrey, of all people, hits a six]].
3rd Mar '16 9:21:42 AM 69BookWorM69
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* ''Series/MurdochMysteries'': Station House 4 prepares for a baseball match with another station house in a two-parter "Stroll on the Wild Side". They share a long-lasting rivalry, and Inspector Brackenreid is determined to win this year, and both he and the other inspector don't hesitate to act a bit dirty. BadassBookworm Murdoch reads a book about it, and uses science to find out how to hit the ball. George Crabtree and other constables look dashing in their baseball shirts and caps.

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* ''Series/MurdochMysteries'': Station House 4 prepares for a baseball match with another station house in a the two-parter "Stroll on the Wild Side". They share a long-lasting rivalry, and Inspector Brackenreid and his counterpart share a long-lasting rivalry (they make a bet on the outcome), and Brackenreid is so determined to win this year, and both year he and drafts Crabtree to secretly film the other inspector don't hesitate rivals' practice session. Later, Crabtree examines stills from the film trying to act a bit dirty. BadassBookworm fathom the drop of the pitcher's spitball. Murdoch reads a book about it, the game, and uses science to help Crabtree find out how to hit the ball. spitball. George Crabtree tries to show Higgins how to throw a pitch and other accidentally breaks a window in the office, prompting Brackenreid to reassign George as the pitcher. All the officers and constables look dashing in their baseball shirts and caps.
10th Feb '16 1:47:20 AM Dmmaus
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* ''Series/RemingtonSteele'': The season 3 episode "Second Base Steele".
5th Feb '16 9:51:33 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Series/RoundTheTwist'' episode "TV or Not TV" has Pete temporarily become a local footy star, and he's responsible for his team's victory. This is a very rare Main/AustralianRulesFootball example.

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* The ''Series/RoundTheTwist'' episode "TV or Not TV" has Pete temporarily become a local footy star, and he's responsible for his team's victory. This is a very rare Main/AustralianRulesFootball UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball example.
4th Feb '16 6:57:56 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* ''The Adventures of Mc Gee & Me'': In the episode ''Take Me Out of the Ball Game'' Nick learns to trust in God to make him play well, not the other men and the provoking opponents on the field.
14th Jan '16 12:51:19 PM JWEdwards
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* ComicBook/{{Slugger Slackers}}: In the Franchise/{{KGC Universe}}, there is a {{CrossOver}} that is one big baseball episode.
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