How well do you know these Brady Bunch baseball episodes?

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The Brady Bunch was famous for its celebrity cameos. Many of those bit parts were played by star athletes. In fact, sports and the Brady family intertwined multiple times.

Here are three episodes connected to baseball. How well do you remember each one? Try not to swing and miss on these 12 Brady baseball questions.

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  1. In the episode “The Grass is Always Greener,” Carol plays baseball with the boys while Mike helps Marcia do what?
  2. Alice calls the three boys “Tinker, Evers and Chance” referring to three players who were famous for what?
  3. Carol tries to instruct the boys about what specific baseball maneuver?
  4. What happens to Carol and Mike after switching places?
  5. Who suggested they switch jobs in the first place?
  6. In the episode “The Undergraduate,” which real L.A. Dodger makes an appearance?
  7. The pro ballplayer offers Greg tickets to the season opener if he does what?
  8. How does Greg meet the MLB player?
  9. Which 1960s L.A. Dodger appears in the episode “The Dropout”?
  10. The Dodger gives Greg a few tips and compliments for playing what position?
  11. In “The Dropout,” Greg has his sights set on becoming a professional baseball player so he thinks he doesn’t need to…
  12. True or false: This L.A. Dodger was still playing when this episode aired in 1970.

How well do you know these Brady Bunch baseball episodes?

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Dario 7 months ago
10 out of 12. 😁😁😁😁😁
KaterTot 8 months ago
10 out of 12. Not too disappointed but I shouldn't have missed 11. Tbf he had a big head so he was ignoring his parents, siblings, coach, and teammates so he wasn't really being nice ig
But MeTV loves some Tinker, Evers, and Chance! They use that reference all the time!
Charleshorse 8 months ago
Don Drysdale was on an episode of Leave it to Beaver years earlier. I didn't recognize him here with his 70's haircut so I got that question wrong.
It aired in '62, the season he won 25 games (25-9, 2.83 ERA) and the Cy Young Award.
"Long Distance Call" (aired on June 16, 1962)
Trivia: when he was a student at Van Nuys High School, one of his classmates was Robert Redford.
Died on July 3, 1993 (30 years ago Monday [2022]), at only 56 from a heart attack in Montreal, hours before his broadcast of a game. "Long Distance Call" (decades before cell phones obliterated L-D tel charges, and AT&T phone booths)
He made appearances on these classic tv series: in chronological order: The Rifleman, Leave It To Beaver, Leave It To Beaver, The Donna Reed Show, The Flying Nun, The Brady Bunch, and Lucas Tanner.
I typoed the wrong year: 2023, 30 years after his shocking death.
ReneDelgado 8 months ago
11 out 12, Brady Bunch fan, Dodger fan ⚾⚾⚾⚾
dodgebob 8 months ago
6/12, in baseball, .500 is pretty darn good, but this is a whole
Geronimo 8 months ago
I remember every episode
ironman2000 8 months ago
10 of 12, I missed 12, and I'm a Dodger fan.
Moverfan ironman2000 8 months ago
I missed #10 and #12..and I'm a Tigers fan.
Bapa1 8 months ago
11/12, missed the last one, caught me looking. Drysdale had that season in 1968 where I think he threw 58 consecutive scoreless innings. He also appeared on Leave It To Beaver.
ironman2000 Bapa1 8 months ago
Drysdale was also on the Rifleman episode with the Skull Gang. He was the bad guy in the overalls that took the Rifle from Chuck Connors. I think got him that gig.
ironman2000 Bapa1 8 months ago
I meant to write, Chuck got Drysdale that gig.
frenchman71 8 months ago
7/12. The baseball episodes were good episodes.
grandpa5741 8 months ago
7/12 over .500 so yeah I’m good 😎
CaptainDunsel 8 months ago
On #2, wasn't "Tinker to Evers to Chance" a TRIPLE play?
(And of course they were outdone by "Haldeman to Ehrlichman to Dean".)
Rick CaptainDunsel 8 months ago
No, shortstop -> second -> first

early 1900's Chicago Cubs.
bradyguy Rick 8 months ago
Which could STILL be TRIPLE PLAY though too. Now I'm wondering if they ever had one.

Btw...12 out of 12. Scoop of chocolate, scoop of vanilla...don't waste my time. (Check the screenname!)
daDoctah 8 months ago
This episode did nothing to interest me in baseball. Same is true for the Beverly Hillbillies episode where Dodgers coach Leo Durocher tries to sign up Jethro as a pitcher.
Bapa1 daDoctah 8 months ago
Durocher also appeared in The Munsters and Mr. Ed.
Adanor daDoctah 8 months ago
Whether or not these episodes were interesting to the viewing public, they were highly interesting to Barry Williams, Christopher Knight, and Mike Lookinland who all reveled in the chance to spend time with star athletes.
Wendy57 8 months ago
I’m a baseball fan, just not a Brady baseball fan. 😑
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