Nagomi Mcdaniel

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Nagomi Mcdaniel is a pitcher for the Mexico City Wild Wings. Mcdaniel has played for the Miami Dale, Hades Tigers, Breckenridge Jazz Hands, Hawai'i Fridays, Seattle Garages, Boston Flowers, and Baltimore Crabs.

Mcdaniel is the player who has experienced the most trades, at nine: from the Hades Tigers to the Hawai'i Fridays due to a rare Mystery Blessing, then to the Breckenridge Jazz Hands and Baltimore Crabs in a single round of Season 3 blessings, next to the Jazz Hands in the Season 5 blessings, back to the Crabs in the Season 6 blessings, back to the Fridays in the Season 10 blessings, and finally to the Seattle Garages and the Boston Flowers' Shadows in the Season 12 wills.

Official League Records

Debut & Defection

Mcdaniel joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Hades Tigers with the Return of Blaseball.

At the end of Season 1, Umpire Chaff announced two more "mystery blessings" that "happened at the same time as the regular election but were not officially part of said election." This caused Mcdaniel to defect from the Hades Tigers to the Hawai'i Fridays, in exchange for Nolanestophia Patterson. In words of Blaseball officials, "There is still no clear answer for why this happened."

Season 3

On Season 3 Day 34, McDaniel swallowed a peanut and experienced a yummy reaction, increasing Mcdaniel's batting stats to .

On Season 3 Day 73, McDaniel hit the game winning home run at the bottom of the 10th inning against the Kansas City Breath Mints, breaking the standing tie for 6th place in the Good League.

At the end of Season 3, Mcdaniel was traded from the Fridays to the Breckenridge Jazz Hands for Bevan Underbuck via the Highway Robbery blessing, then immediately traded to the Crabs for Holden Stanton via the Headhunter blessing. The first blessing targets "the best player in the league," and the second blessing targets "the best hitter in your subleague," proving that Mcdaniel is an exceptionally valuable player.

Season 5

At the end of Season 5, the Baltimore Crabs received the Zombies, Run! Presents Horde Hallucinations, Rollback Netcode, and Falling Stars blessings, all dramatically increasing McDaniel's overall stats, including a batting stat of . Immediately after these blessings resolved, the Seduction blessing caused Mcdaniel to be traded back to the Jazz Hands for Holden Stanton, in a coincidental reversal of the Season 3 trade.

Season 6

On Season 6, Day 29, Mcdaniel's baserunning ability was siphoned by San Francisco Lovers lineup player Sigmund Castillo in the Blooddrain, reducing it from to .

Following the end of the regular games in Season 6, Mcdaniel and Jessica Telephone received the  SHELLED modification, which encased them in giant peanut shells. They cannot play in this state, effectively skipping them in the rotation. This was a result of the The Third Strike.

In a repeat of the Season 3 trade, Mcdaniel was traded to the Baltimore Crabs in exchange for Holden Stanton during the Season 6 elections via the Headhunter blessing.

Season 9

After being  SHELLED for three whole regular seasons, McDaniel finally was pecked free from their shell by birds on Season 9, Day 103. As with other players who have been deshelled, Nagomi now has the modification Superallergic.

Following the Season 9 election, Mcdaniel received two Modifications due to the passing of decrees: Fire Eater from the passing of the Forecast: Eclipse decree, and Siphon modification from the passing of the Forecast: Blooddrain decree.

Season 10

Following the ascension of the Baltimore Crabs from their Season 10 Internet Series victory, Mcdaniel was traded to the Hawai'i Fridays due to the People's Champion blessing.

Coffee Cup

During the Coffee Cup, Mcdaniel played for the Americano Water Works as a pitcher.

Season 12

During the Season 12 elections, Mcdaniel was traded to the Seattle Garages in exchange for Greer Gwiffin via the Plunder will, then immediately to the Boston Flowers via the Exchange will in exchange for a just-Shadowed Alaynabella Hollywood.

Season 13

Following Season 13, Day 99, Mcdaniel received the Ego+ modification after being named an MVP. During the Season 13 elections, Mcdaniel was pulled back out of the Shadows as a pitcher by the Flowers' Foreshadow will in exchange for Zeboriah Wilson. Mcdaniel also received the Super Idol modification due to the Center of Attention blessing.

Season 14

Following Season 14, Day 99, Mcdaniel received the Ego++ modification after being named an MVP for the second time. During the Season 14 elections, Mcdaniel was traded back to the Baltimore Crabs in exchange for Parker Parra via the Crabs' Exchange will, becoming a lineup player in the process.

Season 15

Following Season 15, Day 99, Mcdaniel received the Ego++ modification after being named an MVP for the third time. On Season 15, Day 104, Mcdaniel was attacked by Consumers, losing their last Soul. Mcdaniel was then Redacted and removed from the Crabs' roster. During the Season 15 elections, the Boston Flowers attempted to Plunder Mcdaniel, but Mcdaniel remained Redacted, and gained the Unstable modification as well.

Season 16

On Season 16, Day 27, Mcdaniel exited the Secret Base at Worldwide Field, losing Redacted and gaining the Attractor modification. Upon being batted in by Riley Firewall, Mcdaniel joined the Miami Dale's bench.

During the Season 16 elections, McDaniel joined the Dale's active roster (in exchange for Don Elliott) as a result of the Foreshadow will.

Season 17

On Season 17, Day 52, Mcdaniel was exchanged to the Mexico City Wild Wings due to Feedback. Mcdaniel was replaced by Summers Preston.

On Season 17, Day 94, Mcdaniel became a pitcher due to Reverb.

Season-by-Season Statistics

(all Regular Season)

Season 2 (Hawai'i Fridays)

  • Data only accounts for 62 games
  • 71 Hits / 8 Home Runs / 37 RBI / 0.318 Batting Average
  • 6th in Doubles Hit

Season 3 (Hawai'i Fridays)

  • 101 Hits / 25 Home Runs / 57 RBI / 0.314 Batting Average
  • 2nd in Walks, 7th in On-Base Percentage, 9th in Slugging Percentage

Season 4 (Baltimore Crabs)

  • 92 Hits / 21 Home Runs / 63 RBI / 0.312 Batting Average
  • 4th in On-Base Percentage, 5th in Slugging Percentage, 8th in Walks
Season 5 (Baltimore Crabs)
  • 120 Hits (9th in league) / 28 Home Runs (9th in league) / 74 RBI (8th in league) / 0.376 Batting Average (1st in league)
  • Led League in Batting Average, On-Base Percentage, & Slugging Percentage

Season 6 (Breckenridge Jazz Hands)

  • 119 Hits / 35 Home Runs (1st)/ 82 RBI (3rd) / 0.388 Batting Average (1st)
  • Led League in Home Runs, Batting Average, Walks, On-Base Percentage, and Slugging Percentage

Season 7 (Shelled)

Season 8 (Shelled)

Season 9 (Shelled)

Season 10 (Baltimore Crabs)

  • 127 Hits / 44 Home Runs (1st) / 100 RBI (1st) / 0.345 Batting Average (4th)
  • Led League in Home Runs, RBI, On-Base Percentage, and Slugging Percentage
  • 2nd in Triples, 4th in Batting Average, 7th in Walks, 3rd in Sacrifice Bunts

Season 11 (Hawai'i Fridays)

  • 129 Hits / 26 Home Runs / 84 RBI / 0.322 Batting Average
  • 6th in Stolen Bases, 8th in Doubles, 9th in Slugging Percentage
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