The Simpsons in American Baseball Hall of Fame
The family The Simpsons the eponymous animated series in may, included in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, the hall of fame of the American baseball.
The reason for the remarkable choice for the yellow family is the 25th anniversary of The Simpsons episode, ” Homer At The Bat, which the father, Homer, a baseball game wins. A large number of prominent baseball players worked in 1992 on the episode; Wade Boggs, Ken Griffey Jr., Ozzie Smith, Roger Clemens, Steve Sax, Jose Canseco, Don Mattingly, Darryl Strawberry and Mike Scioscia were able to hear. Of that collection honkballers raised only the first three of the Hall of Fame.
According to the organization, has The Simpsons with the episode showing how strong baseball is woven into the American culture. “The series has an impressive place in our culture is acquired, and Homer At The Bat is still today as popular as when the episode was first broadcast in 1992”, said the president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, which is next to the hall of fame is also a museum is in Cooperstown, in the state of New York.
“Baseball is our national hobby-because of the link with our culture, that it is clearly in literature, theater, language, art, music, film and television. The Simpsons is a perfect example.”