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24th Jun '17 12:59:50 AM 59Efra
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* A litteral home run in ''[[WebAnimation/CalicoElectronico Cálico Electrónico]]''. After breaking El Corretón's SuperSpeed machine and thus paralyzing him, Cálico uses a baseball bat to send him flying out of the city.

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* A litteral fairly literal home run in ''[[WebAnimation/CalicoElectronico Cálico Electrónico]]''. After breaking El Corretón's SuperSpeed machine and thus paralyzing him, Cálico uses a baseball bat to send him flying out of the city.
15th Jun '17 11:50:33 PM Gamermaster
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* Fate does this to [[BigBad Jail Scaglietti]] at the end of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'', swinging her {{BFS}} like a baseball bat and sending Jail flying hella far with the flat of her blade until he crashed into a wall. Unsurprisingly, the Japanese fanbase gave the scene the FanNickname of "Home Run".

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* Fate does this to [[BigBad Jail Scaglietti]] at the end of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'', ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers'', swinging her {{BFS}} like a baseball bat and sending Jail flying hella far with the flat of her blade until he crashed into a wall. Unsurprisingly, the Japanese fanbase gave the scene the FanNickname of "Home Run".
4th Jun '17 7:06:05 PM nombretomado
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** He does it again during the ''WorldWarHulk'' arc. Hulk's response to an annoying D-lister who describes herself as "practically invulnerable"? Punting her like a football and deadpanning "Go be invulnerable in Jersey."
* Implied in the issue of ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' where they introduce the villain Post. The Juggernaut crashes into a street in New York, obviously having been beaten in a fight. When he wakes up, he says, "New York?! I was in ''Philadelphia!!''"

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** He does it again during the ''WorldWarHulk'' ''ComicBook/WorldWarHulk'' arc. Hulk's response to an annoying D-lister who describes herself as "practically invulnerable"? Punting her like a football and deadpanning "Go be invulnerable in Jersey."
* Implied in the issue of ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' ''ComicBook/XMen'' where they introduce the villain Post. The Juggernaut crashes into a street in New York, obviously having been beaten in a fight. When he wakes up, he says, "New York?! I was in ''Philadelphia!!''"
30th Mar '17 4:27:19 AM Kahran042
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* Williams and Rowper from ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon'' often wield baseball bats that can be taken away from them and used by the player.
23rd Feb '17 6:01:59 PM BrendanRizzo
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* The webcomic ''minus.'' had one story in which the titular ghost does this to deflect a would-be '''meteorite'''.

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* The webcomic ''minus.'' had ''Webcomic/{{minus}}'' has one story in which the titular ghost eponymous character does this to deflect a would-be '''meteorite'''.
5th Feb '17 4:39:24 AM Seraph
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* ''{{ComicStrip/Garfield}}'': Take one spider, one fat ginger cat who hates spiders, and one rolled up newspaper, and [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=2013&addr=130828 this]] results.

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* ''{{ComicStrip/Garfield}}'': Take one spider, one fat ginger cat who hates spiders, and one rolled up newspaper, and [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=2013&addr=130828 com/comic/2013/08/28/ this]] results.
8th Jan '17 1:26:13 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheUltimates 3'' issue 1, Venom attacks the Ultimates from out of left field. Several of them attempt to resist him, including Black Panther...who attempts to punch the massive Symbiote a few times. A thoroughly unmoved Venom declares Black Panther "really annoying" and bodily flings him to parts unknown with a perfunctory "Bye." One panel includes a shot of an airborne, distant Black Panther silhouetted against the moon.

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* In ''TheUltimates ''ComicBook/TheUltimates 3'' issue 1, Venom attacks the Ultimates from out of left field. Several of them attempt to resist him, including Black Panther...who attempts to punch the massive Symbiote a few times. A thoroughly unmoved Venom declares Black Panther "really annoying" and bodily flings him to parts unknown with a perfunctory "Bye." One panel includes a shot of an airborne, distant Black Panther silhouetted against the moon.
9th Dec '16 3:24:21 AM iroanxi
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[[folder:FanWorks]]
* ''FanFic/ThisBites'': Luffy's [[PipePain pipe staff]] + Gum-Gum Pinwheel + Gum-Gum Rifle = Gum-Gum Home Run. Bye-bye, Satori.
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20th Oct '16 11:52:59 AM BattleMaster
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* [[TheGiant Chang]] does this as his [[LimitBreak Climax Desperation]] in ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFightersXIV''. He smacks the target repeatedly with his EpicFlail, ending with a tremendous slow-motion strike that hits them so hard they orbit the Earth and land behind him.
31st Aug '16 5:20:44 PM nombretomado
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* In ''EternalFighterZero'', this is one of Rumi Nanase's Final Memory moves, the "Big Bang Hitting Method", in which she tosses her opponent in the air and delivers a huge home run hit. It's potentially the game's most powerful attack. She also has a normal version called the "Rapture Full Swing."

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* In ''EternalFighterZero'', ''VideoGame/EternalFighterZero'', this is one of Rumi Nanase's Final Memory moves, the "Big Bang Hitting Method", in which she tosses her opponent in the air and delivers a huge home run hit. It's potentially the game's most powerful attack. She also has a normal version called the "Rapture Full Swing."
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