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A Baseball Moment from the Simpsons

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A Baseball Moment from the Simpsons were bumpers that aired during commercials in 1996, and showed the Simpson family discussing various aspects of baseball. Homer appeared in all of the shorts.

List of bumpers[edit]

Only six bumpers have known to have been broadcast, which follow:

Image Description Appearances
Baseball Short 1.jpg Homer tells Lisa that if you don't watch the World Series you're not American. Lisa explains it's like not voting in the next election. Homer then says "What election?", and Lisa looks blankly at him. Homer, Lisa
Baseball Short 2.png Homer tells Marge about his baseball hero, and Marge asks Homer if he was supposed to be at work. He explains he called in sick, while Marge grumbles. Marge, Homer, Santa's Little Helper
Baseball Short 3.png While drinking lemonade in the garden, Homer overhears a whispering voice saying "If you build it, they will come". Homer builds something, and looks up to the sky and asks "Where are they?!" "They went next door" the voice says in return, and Homer looks over the fence to see a baseball stadium in Ned Flanders' back garden. Homer, Baseball players, Whispering voice
Baseball Short 4.jpg Bart asks Homer if he remembers when Kirk Gibson hit his home run, and he flashbacks to the time when he and Barney were drunk on the sofa watching. Homer bet Barney $200 it would be a strike. After the home run, Homer utters "D'oh!" Bart, Homer, Barney (flashback)
Baseball Short 5.png Bart tells Homer about his dream to become a baseball player, due to how lucrative his participating would be, even if he did nothing. Homer, Bart, Lisa, Maggie, Marge, baseball fans
Baseball Short 6.PNG Homer and his friends are watching a VHS recording of a baseball telecast, "without the express written consent of major league baseball", which leads to the SWAT team breaking into the house due to the illegality of Homer's actions, prompting him to tell them Marge made him do it. Homer, Carl, Barney, Moe, Marge, Lenny, SWAT officers, Chief Wiggum

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