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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mmramirez25 13 months ago
12/12. I love the Brady’s and The Dodgers! 💙❤️
Dario mmramirez25 3 months ago
⚾⚾⚾⚾⚾ 😁😁😁😁😁
MikefromJersey 14 months ago
9 for 12. I have never seen one episode as no kid in my neighborhood would have been caught dead
watching such a sappy show. Then we got older and guys started tuning in for Marsha.
Not in our house, my older brothers put Laugh In on with Judy Carne and Goldie Hawn in bikini's,
forget about Marsha.
Dario MikefromJersey 3 months ago
Hey, I was watching this program during my preschool years, dude! 😁
MadMadMadWorld 14 months ago
#1 had just aired Sunday! Watched it, so I knew the answer was the cooking badge. I did miss only #3 (bunting), and #12 (year when Drysdale retired). I thought he was active in '70, but he retired after the '69 season, 1956-1969 years. Won the Cy Young award in '62 when he was a superb 25-9, 2.83 ERA starting 41 games. He also made a memorable cameo in that same year (June 16, '62 air date) in a "Leave It to Beaver" episode, with the Beaver and his 2 friends calling long-distance, and having to wait for Drysdale to get out of the shower to answer their phone call, costing over $9 then! They thought it would be less than a dollar!
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0630262

Decades before cell phones became commonplace, and the end of the public phone booths that cost only a dime (originally) for a local call. Those were the days!
https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/d/drysddo01.shtml
Don Drysdale, 56 died on July 3, 1993, 20 days before his 57th birthday (July 23); very young due to a heart attack, in Montreal, Canada, hours after broadcasting the game for the Dodgers. Very sad.
Dario MadMadMadWorld 3 months ago
I hate to break the news to you, but public phones and public phone booths still exist in our day & age.
marmetv20 14 months ago
7/12 I did poorly. No wonder I didnt remember Mike helping Jan do anything
JudyBrizzolara 14 months ago
Dear whoever wrote this quiz,

Mike doesn’t help Jan with anything. He helps Marcia.

Thanks,
The Fans
MrBill 14 months ago
7/12; not too bad of a score considering that I have seldom watched the show since it originally aired.
DavidGerard 14 months ago
Excuse me, but it was Marsha who was helped to earn her cooking badge: I distinctly remember
Marsha detailing the dinner menu to Mike inside the Brady kitchen.
Tammy DavidGerard 14 months ago
Yes He said Jan should watch because she would be doing it soon and Cindy wanted to watch and Marcia called her a baby
Allison 14 months ago
12/12. Had to guess whether or not Don D was still playing.
Hollie 14 months ago
10/12 missed 2 and 12
ETristanBooth Hollie 14 months ago
10/12. Missed 2 and 10.
bewest169 14 months ago
11 out of 12 scary I know this stuff
SheriHeffner 14 months ago
I know zilch about that Evans Tinker Chance question. I missed number 2 and number 12. Plus it was MARCIA on number 1.
bradharris911 SheriHeffner 14 months ago
Yep. Good catch.
bradharris911 SheriHeffner 14 months ago
11 out of 12. I though DD was still playing.
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Utzaake 14 months ago
9/12. 1, 3 and 4.
12. Don Drysdale was a Montreal Expos broadcaster in 1970.
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MrsPhilHarris 14 months ago
7/12 About as good as I thought I would do.
TheDavBow3 14 months ago
Wow 6/12. The Brady Bunch was just ok when I was a kid.
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