Baltimore Crabs/Season 7
In Season β7 the Baltimore Crabs finished first in the Wild League, and first in the ILB, but were knocked out of the postseason in the second round. They were unable to vote in the Election due to the Bless Off decree.
A strong Crabs team finished with the best record in both leagues, but lost to the San Francisco Lovers in the semifinal. This prevented the crabs from being targeted by the Champions in the Making blessing, which would steal three of the league champion's players, however they lost Oliver Notarobot to the Seattle Garages in exchange for Luis Acevedo.
In Season 7 the Crabs drained blood three times.
- On Day 66 Axel Trololol siphoned some of Caleb Alvarado's pitching ability
- On Day 74 Tillman Henderson siphoned some of Miguel James's baserunning ability
- On Day 82 Montgomery Bullock siphoned some of Helga Moreno's pitching ability
In Season 7 some notable games for the Crabs were:
While the Bless Off Decree pass preventing the Crabs from winning any blessings, they were effected by two blessings won by other teams.
- Bless Off passed with 227,274 Votes, 57% of all Decree Votes
- BLESS OFF PASSES
- SILENCE FALLS
- THE CRABS ARE DENIED
- Blind Date blessed the Seattle Garages.
- The Shame Bubble blessed the Hawai'i Fridays.
The following summary mixes canon events with community lore.
Fresh off of their record breaking season, the Crabs were poised to take another run at the championship despite all the necromancy and death sweeping through the league. While the Crabs were able to make it through unscathed, their own Pedro Davids had the unstable effect chained to him, and played though a nail biting eclipse game on Day 62 before the effect wore off. At the same time, at the end of the regular season six-star pitcher Axel Trololol was shelled, forcing Adalberto Tosser to pitch in his slot for the duration of the postseason as well as through the subsequent seasons.
On a more cheerful note, Forrest Best set a new record for base theft that stands to this day- reaching 114 bases stolen, with runner up that season once again being Don Mitchell with 54 bases stolen.
While the Crabs team finished with the best record in both leagues they lost to the San Francisco Lovers in the semifinal. This prevented the crabs from being targeted by the Champions in the Making blessing, which would steal three of the league champion's players.
Despite missing the championship this season, as one of the top 4 teams in the league the Crabs were subjected to Bless Off - preventing them from winning any blessings in season 7. They were affected by the Seattle Garages who won Blind Date, trading Oliver Notarobot for their worst player, Luis Acevedo. Look at him off to greater things
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