Brock Watson was a lineup player for the Mexico City Wild Wings, and was with the team from Season β1 until Fall Ball.
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Watson joined the ILB as a player in the Shadows for the Mexico City Wild Wings in Season β1.
Watson joined the Wild Wings' active roster during the Season β9 elections, replacing Adkins Gwiffin via the Disappearing Acts blessing.
During the Coffee Cup, Watson played for Macchiato City as a lineup player.
During the Season β14 elections, Watson's combined stats were boosted as a result of the Wild Wings' Infuse will.
During the Season β19 earlsiesta, Watson was given the Seeker modification as part of the seasonal reading.
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
Brock Watson is a large reptilian, more specifically a blaselisk, capable of turning stone into snakes. They wear a signature khaki vest, keep spectacles and a hardhat nearby at all times, and have a snake tattoo on their arm, matching Fran Beans's.
Before joining the Wings roster officially, Watson lived in the cave upon which the Bucket was built. The Wild Wings Legal Team found them after construction and hired them as a bodyguard because, "they're a dragon, that's cool as hell." Despite their previous bodyguard career, they also have a love for geology. They play using a bat made of gneiss, branded with the number 190 (nice) to further represent their love for the field of geology. It is unknown if their love for rocks is connected to their blaselisk powers.
While Watson was still working under the legal team, Joshua Watson found them accidentally after taking a wrong turn on the way to the locker room. Their relationship blossomed as they continued to see each other, eventually sparking into romance. They are now married, and Watson takes supporting their husband's role as Mayor very seriously.
At the end of season 9, Case Sports was recalled by the legal team due to their legal prowess. Kennedy Meh went with them to continue "managing" the Lovers, allowing Fran Beans and Brock Watson to officially bat for the Wild Wings. Watson has taken the role change well, and has shown excitement at the prospect of playing blaseball with their husband and friends.
Watson revealed to their teammates, fans, and husband's constituents that Brock collects coat hangers. This revelation was met with scattered and confused applause.