He only got one at-bat in the championship game, but that is enough to earn Homer Simpson a spot in Cooperstown.
The iconic cartoon character was "inducted" in the Baseball Hall of Fame to recognize the 25th anniversary of the Simpsons episode "Homer at the Bat."
Some players who voiced themselves in the episode were on hand — along with other living legends as part of the Hall of Fame Classic Weekend in Cooperstown.
"The Simpsons is the second most asked question behind, can I still do the flip? So it's nice to be a part of that," said Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith.
"Great morning we had putting Homer in the Hall of Fame and the writers and the personnel involved in the Simpsons," said Hall of Famer Wade Boggs. "It's been around for 25 years and still going strong."
A Simpsons-themed exhibit is also being opened in the Hall of Fame's museum.