There are two songs in this episode --- "He Can Do It All" and "Oh, What a Game."
Noel McNeal, the voice of Bear, is the writer for this episode.
Luna: Don't sell yourself short, Bear. Although I don't suppose you could ever do that. You're too big.
Bear: Oh wow! My very own baseball card!
Pip: And check out your stats, Bear.
Bear: Oh, um --- sniffing - 1000. Hugging... right now. Huh? (Pip and Pop hug him.) Oh, I get it. Thanks, guys.
Ferret: You don't have to make a million clams a year to be a hero. In fact, some of the biggest heroes around are regular folks. Parents, teachers, friends, or maybe just a big old bear who takes care of the people he cares about. If you know what I mean.
Bear: And they also wanna know --- how... do... you... catch a grounder?
Ferret: Well, you could have just asked Bear.
Pip and Pop: (laugh hysterically) Bear?!
Pip: Bear, you've been near greatness.
Pop: And we've near to somebody who's been near greatness all this time!
Bear: A hero is someone you admire for doing something great.
Pip and Pop: Hey, Bear!
Bear: Oh! Pip, Pop! You scared me!
Pop: You think he'd be used to that by now.
Bear gives his collection of baseball cards to Pip and Pop. Included in the album are cards of a few more players with spoof names --- Joe Dimagpie, Willie Neighs and Jackie Robinsegg, which, respectively, are plays on the names of baseball greats Joe Dimaggio, Willie Mays and Jackie Robinson.
The name of Pip and Pops' baseball hero, Ferret Jeeter, is a play on the name of the New York Yankee star Derek Jeter.