Castillo Turner

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Castillo Turner is a pitcher for the Seattle Garages, and has been with the team since the ILB Semi-Centennial. Turner has played for the Boston Flowers, New York Millennials, Hawai'i Fridays, and Rising Stars.

Official League Records

Turner joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Boston Flowers with the Return of Blaseball.

During the Season 6 elections, Turner's batting increased from 2.0 -> 2.5 as a result of the Sharing Signs blessing.

During the Flowers' Season 7, Day 92 game against the Unlimited Tacos, Turner partied and received a -star boost to all stats.

During the Flowers' Season 7, Day 99 game against the Hellmouth Sunbeams, Turner partied and received a -star boost to batting, pitching, and defense.

During the Season 9 elections, Turner's baserunning increased from 3.0 -> 3.5 as a result of the Hellmouth Sunbeams winning the Mutually Arising blessing.

On Season 10, Day 48, Turner’s defensive ability was siphoned by Dudley Mueller of the Hellmouth Sunbeams in a game with Blooddrain weather, decreasing it from 4.0 -> 3.5 .

During the Season 10 elections, Turner's batting increased from 3.5 -> 4.0 as a result of the Unlimited Tacos winning the Sharing Signs blessing.

During the Flowers' Season 11, Day 98 game against the Hellmouth Sunbeams, Turner partied and received a -star boost to batting, pitching, and defense.

During the Flowers' Season 11, Day 99 game against the Hellmouth Sunbeams, Turner partied and received a -star boost to baserunning.

During the Coffee Cup, Turner played for FWXBC as a pitcher.

During the Season 13 Elections, Turner retreated to the Flowers' Shadows in exchange for Sutton Picklestein as a result of the Flowers' Plunder will.

During the Season 14 elections, Turner rejoined the Boston Flowers' active roster in exchange for Owen Picklestein as a result of the Flowers' Exchange will, becoming a pitcher in the process.

Turner was traded to the New York Millennials in exchange for Chorby Short during the Season 17 elections via the Millennials' Equivalent Exchange will.

On Season 18, Day 5, Turner retreated to the shadows of the Millennials in exchange for Sandie Carver as a result of New York, New York Arena, Arena's Fax Machine, becoming a lineup player in the process. On Day 58, Turner rejoined the Millennials' active roster in exchange for Conrad Vaughan, again via the Fax Machine and becoming a pitcher.

During the Season 20 elections, Turner briefly became a lineup player in exchange for Schneider Bendie as a result of the Millennials' Swap Will. Turner was then traded back to the Boston Flowers in exchange for Chorby Short as a result of the Flowers' Equivalent Exchange Will, becoming a pitcher again in the process.

During the Season 21 elections, Turner was traded back to the New York Millennials in exchange for Chorby Short as a result of the Millennials' Equivalent Exchange Will, becoming a lineup player in the process.

During the Season 22 elections, Turner was traded to the Hawai'i Fridays in exchange for Beck Whitney as a result of the Millennials' Eqiuivalent Exchange will. Turner was then traded to the Shadows of the Boston Flowers in exchange for Chorby Short as a result of the Flowers' Equivalent Exchange will. Finally, Turner was recruited by the Seattle Garages as a result of the Gachapon blessing.

On Season 23, Day 39, Turner joined the Garages' pitching rotation in exchange for Penelope Mathews as a result of The Hotdogfingers Memorial Climate Pledge Garage and Parking Facility's Fax Machine.

During the ILB Semi-Centennial, Turner played for the Rising Stars. Turner then returned to the Seattle Garages as a pitcher.


COMMUNITY LORE

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

History

There is much debate about how exactly Turner came to join the Flowers, though it is generally agreed that it was of his own volition. He is two years old (approximately 20 in cactus years) and has, according to most accounts, spent his entire life committed to becoming a Blaseball player on the Flowers. Though the nature of his sudden growth and apparent sentience is a mystery, his team welcomed him with open arms. To quote Beck Whitney, player and coach of the Flowers: "You try telling an enthusiastic, six foot tall super fan covered in spikes that he can't play. At first I was a little freaked out, but Castillo is a member of the team now. Don't know what we'd do without him."

When asked for a quote on his involvement with the flowers, Turner stated, "Life's a garden. Dig it." In fact, according to his team, that is what he says about everything, though they claim to know him well enough to discern what he means.

Turner strongly denies any former, ongoing, or future involvement with the fanleagues:Phoenix Cacti or the fanleagues:Tucson Cactuses as well as any knowledge of the existence of the state of Arizona.

After one of Turner's limbs fell off, the Moss Woman refashioned it into his preferred blaseball bat.

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