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* ''Franchise/TheFlash'': Bart Allen's adventures in ''Impulse'' are normal superheroic fare-- bank robberies, time travel, speeding cars, megalomania-- which makes it all the odder that ''Impulse #20'' is just 22 pages of Bart playing baseball (and losing badly).

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* ''Franchise/TheFlash'': Bart Allen's adventures in ''Impulse'' ''ComicBook/{{Impulse}}'' are normal superheroic fare-- bank robberies, time travel, speeding cars, megalomania-- which makes it all the odder that ''Impulse #20'' is just 22 pages of Bart playing baseball (and losing badly).


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* Back in the Golden Age of Comics ComicBook/SteveTrevor once stopped to play baseball with some kids while delivering an important, but not time sensitive, message. When he arrives the message seems to have been swapped out and he's accused of being a fool and getting it stolen while playing a game, but he and Franchise/WonderWoman uncover the truth: he'd never been given the real message in the first place as the man who was meant to hand it to him had been killed and replaced with a near identical relative who'd been bribed into becoming a Nazi saboteur.


* Happens in ''Series/PowerRangers'' far too many times to list. Any time one of the heroes or one of his/her young friends shows an interest in a sport, it's almost a given that it will inspire the BigBad to come up with a MonsterOfTheWeek based on it. They even did it with soccer once.

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* Happens in ''Series/PowerRangers'' ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' far too many times to list. Any time one of the heroes or one of his/her young friends shows an interest in a sport, it's almost a given that it will inspire the BigBad to come up with a MonsterOfTheWeek based on it. They even did it with soccer once.


** In "Torpedo", Bob discovers that his favorite player "Torpedo" Jones is playing for his hometown's minor league team. Meanwhile, Gene participates in the stadium's seventh-inning stretch mascot race, and Tina becomes a "bat-girl" so she'll have an excuse to hang out with handsome, athletic men all day.

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** In "Torpedo", Bob discovers that his favorite player "Torpedo" Jones is playing for his hometown's minor league team. Meanwhile, Gene participates in the stadium's seventh-inning stretch mascot race, and Tina becomes a "bat-girl" "water-girl" so she'll have an excuse to hang out with handsome, athletic men all day.day and [[FlirtatiousSmackOnTheAss pat them on the butt]].

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* The ''Manga/{{Perman}}'' episode "A Baseball Match in the Sky" is about the characters playing baseball. And yes, they play it in the sky.


* ''Anime/{{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.



* ''Manga/NinjaHattori'' has an episode where the characters play UsefulNotes/{{Cricket}}, a similar sport to baseball.
* ''Anime/{{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/OnegaiMyMelody ~Spin-Around Shuffle~'' episode 8.

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* ''Series/SchittsCreek'': Patrick pressures the un-athletic David into joining his team, pitting them against David's father Johnny, Roland and Ronnie. David is not into it, but Patrick's competitive side flares up.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'':
** In "Torpedo", Bob discovers that his favorite player "Torpedo" Jones is playing for his hometown's minor league team. Meanwhile, Gene participates in the stadium's seventh-inning stretch mascot race, and Tina becomes a "bat-girl" so she'll have an excuse to hang out with handsome, athletic men all day.
** In "The Unnatural", Linda hocks Bob's new espresso machine so they can send Gene to a baseball camp, which unfortunately turns out to be a scam.

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* The ''Animation/EenaMeenaDeeka'' episode "Baseball" starts off with the birds playing baseball outside. When they hit the baseball in the air, it comes down and hits Bhukkad, and the main conflict begins.

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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' has an entire SpinOff manga series titled ''Manga/{{Dorabase}}'' which has a focus on baseball.


* In the ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' episode, "The Unnatural," [=CatDog=] competes in a baseball game. Cat is a terrible player, but Dog isn't. Cat eventually gets the idea to pretend he is Dog and vice-versa so he'll look like a better player. In the end, he takes off his mask and tries to hit the ball himself... [[KickTheDog but he fails.]] However, Cat realizes that he's good at other things and decides that he doesn't need to be a good baseball player after all.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' episode, "The Unnatural," [=CatDog=] competes in a baseball game. Cat is a terrible player, but Dog isn't. Cat eventually gets the idea to pretend he is Dog and vice-versa so he'll look like a better player. In the end, he takes off his mask and tries to hit the ball himself... [[KickTheDog [[EpicFail but he fails.]] However, Cat realizes that he's good at other things and decides that he doesn't need to be a good baseball player after all.



* The ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' episode "Slugger" revolves around an experiment who can deflect projectiles with his baseball bat-shaped tail, and just so happened to activate while the cast was playing baseball.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' episode "Slugger" revolves around an experiment who can deflect projectiles with his baseball bat-shaped tail, and just so happened to activate while the cast was playing baseball. Unfortunately, Myrtle gets around this by challenging Lilo and her friends to a game of ''basketball''. Fortunately, basketball just happens to be similar to an alien sport that the normally unathletic Pleakley is really good at.


* ''Animation/SimpleSamosa'' has an episode involving UsefulNotes/{{Cricket}}; the episode is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin appropriately titled "Cricket Match"]]. In the episode, Samosa is named the umpire in a cricket game, and is surprised to find out that his friends Dhokla, Jalebi, and Vada are on the playing teams for that game.

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* ''Animation/MotuPatlu'' has an episode involving UsefulNotes/{{Cricket}}. In the episode, titled "Cricket League", Motu and Patlu start their own cricket league.
* ''Animation/SimpleSamosa'' also has an episode involving UsefulNotes/{{Cricket}}; a Cricket Episode; the episode is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin appropriately titled "Cricket Match"]]. In the episode, Samosa is named the umpire in a cricket game, and is surprised to find out that his friends Dhokla, Jalebi, and Vada are on the playing teams for that game.


* ''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.

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* ''Ojarumaru'' ''Anime/{{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.


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* ''Animation/SimpleSamosa'' has an episode involving UsefulNotes/{{Cricket}}; the episode is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin appropriately titled "Cricket Match"]]. In the episode, Samosa is named the umpire in a cricket game, and is surprised to find out that his friends Dhokla, Jalebi, and Vada are on the playing teams for that game.
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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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* ComicBook/{{Slugger DarthWiki/{{Slugger Slackers}}: In the Franchise/{{KGC Universe}}, there is a {{CrossOver}} that is one big baseball episode.


* ''Manga/ShinryakuIkaMusume'' Episode 10.3, where Ika joins Kiyomi's baseball team.

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* ''Manga/ShinryakuIkaMusume'' ''Manga/SquidGirl'' Episode 10.3, where Ika joins Kiyomi's baseball team.

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* The 39th outro of ''Manga/{{Naruto}} Shippuden'' is baseball themed. Naruto and Sasuke are on opposing teams.

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