Los Angeles Dodgers fans got a treat at Sunday's game when Hank Azaria read the starting lineup using a few of his character voices from "The Simpsons."
Rather than simply reading the roster in his own voice, Azaria had a little help from some of his most famous characters — Moe the bartender, Apu from the Kwik-E-Mart, and Police Chief Clancy Wiggum.
Azaria is one of the principal voice actors on "The Simpsons," and has won three Emmy's for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance. His past roles on "The Simpsons" include Comic Book Guy, Carl Carlson, Cletus Spuckler, Professor Frink, Dr. Nick Riviera, Lou, Snake, Kirk Van Houten, the Sea Captain, Superintendent Chalmers, Disco Stu, Duffman, the Wiseguy, and many others.
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Fans took to Twitter to show their excitement for Azaria's surprise performance.
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