Allison Abbott

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Allison Abbott was a lineup player for the Dallas Steaks, and had been with the team since Season 8, Day 56 until being incinerated on Season 17, Day 62. Abbott had played for the Seattle Garages.

Official League Records

Abbott joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Seattle Garages with the Return of Blaseball.

Abbott hit a grand slam against the Miami Dale in the first inning of Season 5, Day 28, bringing the score up to 5-4 Garages.

On Season 8, Day 56, Abbott was exchanged to the Dallas Steaks due to Feedback. Abbott was replaced by Paula Mason.

During the Coffee Cup, Abbott played for the Light & Sweet Electric Co. as a lineup player.

During the Season 15 elections, Abbott gained the High Pressure modifcation for the following season due to the Clutch Up blessing.

On Season 17, Day 62, Abbott was incinerated and replaced by Frankie Incarnate.


COMMUNITY LORE

The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.

Personal Life

Allison Courtney Paige Abbott is a left-fielder and musician. She is known for playing both the stylophone and banjo, and carrying around a bat with nails hammered into it.

I've got a freakin' nail bat. And if you mess with me, I'll destroy you!!!!

I only strike out swinging or hit triples, if you want someone else to play for the bean counters or some shit, you can screw around with Greer Gwiffin or something. IDGAF.

On the Seattle Garages

Abbott was a stylophone player for The Experience (Seattle Garages)[1]. In addition to her duties to her team and her band, she owns a photocopier on which several Seattle-area underground zines were printed, including LIVING IN THE HECK HOUSE, GRLSNBLSBLL (pronounced "girls in blaseball"), and THE SUN IS OUR ENEMY, the official zine of the Garages.

Shortly after the loss of Tiana Cash, in Season 3, Abbott made the zine Ashes to Ashes. Then, that same season after Derrick Krueger was lost, Abbott made the zine Lost Friends. When asked about the two zines all Abbott had to say was, "I'm sick of seeing my friends incinerated."

Blaseball scholars claim that Abbott is, potentially, one of the most talented batters in the sport. However, her nail-bat puts her at a significant disadvantage, as the ball will often get stuck to the bat, which is counted as a strike. Abbott reportedly becomes enraged if this is ever pointed out.

On the Dallas Steaks

Upon her arrival in Dallas in Season 8, Abbott quickly made friends with another newcomer to the team, Rai Spliff. Rai introduced Allison to the world of roller derby through the Dallas Bad Butchers as a place for her to take out aggression between blaseball games. In the first bout Abbott saw, one of the players broke their arm in a nasty fall. Abbott became an instant fan.

Abbott also found herself with more time after being separated from Seattle’s busy music scene. She decided to fill some space by learning the banjo. Abbott had long been interested in delving into folk punk, and this was as good a time as any. Fans of stylophone music are eager to hear the results.

Trivia

Fan Works

The following songs are about Allison Abbott:

Additionally, the following songs mention Allison Abbott:


  1. No relation to the mid-30s Seattle Garage Band "The Experience"