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It’s been 25 years since The Simpsons episode "Homer At Bat" first aired and to celebrate the 20th anniversary of broadcasting the World Series, FOX Sports will air a one-hour special “Simpsonized” documentary called Springfield of Dreams: The Legend of Homer Simpson.

Supposed to be seen as a satirical version of Ken Burns’ legendary documentary, Baseball, the docucomedy celebrates "Homer at Bat" and Homer Simpson's induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame earlier this year.

The hour-long comedic special will feature cameos from iconic baseball personalities including Major League Baseball AL MVP candidate Aaron Judge, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and the eight MLB players that appeared in the original episode.

Check out the teaser above and look for the full special to air adjacent to regional NFL broadcasts on Sunday, October 22, on FOX.

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