Twenty-five years after “Homer at the Bat” first aired, the iconic episode of “The Simpsons” and its star, Homer Simpson, are set to join baseball immortality.
Earlier this week, the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum announced they will be paying tribute to that memorable episode, which features Homer suiting up for the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant softball team, as well as the show’s impact on baseball and American culture during a special ceremony on May 27.
But that’s not all. In a fun twist, Homer Simpson himself will be ceremoniously inducted into the Hall of Fame, where he’ll join co-stars from the episode such as Ken Griffey Jr., Ozzie Smith and Wade Boggs.
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The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will pay tribute to THE SIMPSONS’ place in American culture by honoring “Homer at the Bat” on Saturday, May 27. Boggs and Smith, who were portrayed in the unforgettable episode that