Alx Keming

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Alx Keming is a player in the Shadows for the Yellowstone Magic, and has been with the team since the Season β22 elections. Keming has played for the Charleston Shoe Thieves and the Chicago Firefighters.

Official League Records

Keming joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Charleston Shoe Thieves on Season β13, after the incineration of Hotbox Sato.

On Season β15, Day 69, York Silk of the Baltimore Crabs hit a ground out to Keming, causing Keming to be Observed. Later, after play ended on Day 71, Keming disappeared from the Shoe Thieves' lineup, and they were Redacted.

On Season β18, Day 1, Keming exited the Secret Base at The Fire Safety Awareness Center, losing Redacted and gaining the Attractor modification. Upon being batted in by Gita Sparrow, Keming joined the Chicago Firefighters' bench.

During the Season β21 elections, Keming recieved the Negative as a result of the Firefighters' Darkside Flip blessing.

On Season β22, Day 58, Keming joined the Firefighters' lineup in exchange for Justice Spoon at The Fire Safety Awareness Center via the Ratified Voicemail.

Keming was recruited to the Yellowstone Magic during the Season β22 elections via the Mass Attraction blessing. Keming also lost the Negative modification as a result of the Roster Flip blessing.

On Season β23, Day 48, Keming joined the Magic's lineup in exchange for Logan Rodriguez at Yellowstone National (Ball)Park via the Ratified Voicemail.

On Season β24, Day 91, Keming retreated to the Magic's Shadows in exchange for Atlas Diaz due to Night.

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


Alx Keming is an older person of Chinese heritage with a kind soul and a warm, inviting smile. Keming is mute and knows a variety of sign languages including Chinese Sign Language, Auslan, and American Sign Language. Ve is a seeker of knowledge through both books and exploration and ve worked as a teacher at numerous education institutions before taking time away from vis career to see where vis search for knowledge would take vir. While traveling, ve was swept Elsewhere.

While lost in Elsewhere, Keming took the opportunity to study and explore this unknown region. Ve suspects that vis name was different before vis time in Elsewhere, but ve cannot confirm this suspicion. Keming does not know how long ve was in Elsewhere. Even after returning from Elsewhere, a part of Keming misses it and the mysteries within. Ve gathers all the research ve can on the subject-- anything from old tomes to in-person accounts, and even tangentially-related, surreal documentaries.

Career with the Shoe Thieves

One day while still stuck in Elsewhere, Keming came across Hotbox Sato, who had been lost for days trying to return to its team. Ve decided to use vis collected knowledge of Elsewhere to help Sato return home. The two journeyed together and eventually found their way to a Charleston. Keming enjoyed vis time talking with Sato about blaseball and the Shoe Thieves on their way to bring Sato home. Ve has always found the splort fascinating, having studied its ancient, historical records at great length.

When they arrived in Charleston, Keming was excited to stay a day and watch the Shoe Thieves’ next game. At that game, the first after its return from Elsewhere, Sato was incinerated by a rogue umpire. After watching that tragedy and the team’s reaction, Keming was overwhelmed by the feeling that this was where ve was supposed to be. As ve realized this, ve suddenly found virself at the plate, dressed in a Shoe Thief uniform.

After joining the team, Keming continued vis research into Elsewhere as well as the Nature of Blaseball and the Entities that govern it with fellow Shoe Thief Fitzgerald Wanderlust. There have also been reports that ve was seen assisting Tillman Henderson with pitching practice: the first time Henderson had been seen practicing according to several splorts reporters. It is also rumored that there was some tension with pitcher Snyder Briggs, likely due to their romantic relationship with Sato prior to its death.

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