Charleston Shoe Thieves/Beta/Season 3
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In Season β3 the Charleston Shoe Thieves advanced to the playoffs, securing the second playoff spot in The Good League with a record of 60-40, and were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs against the San Francisco Lovers.
They experienced their first roster changes with a succession of incinerations.
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In Season 3, the Shoe Thieves were subject to 4 incinerations, 2 allergic reactions and one yummy reaction:
- On Day 37 Workman Gloom swallowed a stray peanut and had a yummy reaction.
- On Day 40 Sebastian Townsend was incinerated, replaced by Atlas Jonbois.
- On Day 43 Atlas Jonbois was incinerated, replaced by Sebastian Woodman.
- With only 3 days as an active player, Atlas Jonbois had at the time the shortest career in the ILB.
- On Day 52 Matteo Prestige swallowed a stray peanut and had an allergic reaction.
- On Day 57 Matteo Prestige was incinerated, replaced by Gunther O'Brian.
- On Day 75 Blankenship Fischer was incinerated, replaced by Blood Hamburger.
- On Day 83 Beasley Gloom swallowed a stray peanut and had an allergic reaction.
- On Day 14, at the Bottom of the 2nd, Cornelius Games threw 11 strikes in a row against the Millennials with The Fourth StrikeThose with the Fourth Strike will get an extra strike in each at bat.. On the 12th and final pitch, Richardson Games hit a ground out, preventing a fourth strike immaculate inning from happening.
- Day 73: The Grand Unslam.
- On Day 100, at the Bottom of the 12th, Morrow Doyle hit a single to bring Blood Hamburger home and Shame the San Francisco Lovers.
The Charleston Shoe Thieves made the Postseason as the 2nd seed in the Good League.
Round 1 vs. San Francisco Lovers
|Day||Weather||Away Pitcher||Score||Home Pitcher|
|Day 100||Sandford Garner||💋||3 - 4||👟||Snyder Briggs|
|Day 101||Milo Brown||💋||6 - 5||👟||Forrest Bookbaby|
|Day 102||Yosh Carpenter||💋||14 - 1||👟||Gunther O'Brian|
|Day 103||Parker Meng||💋||20 - 6||👟||Beasley Gloom|
The San Francisco Lovers took the series 3 - 1. The Shoe Thieves were eliminated.
The Shoe Thieves did not get any blessings, but were affected by the following:
- Go Away blessed the Philly Pies
- Philly Pies sent away their worst pitcher, Kevin Dudley, to the Charleston Shoe Thieves and received Forrest Bookbaby in return.
- The Pies won with 23% of the vote. They were the highest bidders. 5947 votes were cast.
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The Grand Unslam
For more information on this event, see The Grand Unslam.
In the 15th inning of a record-breaking game against the Los Angeles Tacos, former Shoe Thieves player Morrow Doyle hit a grand slam that shook the very foundations of blaseball itself. Both the Shoe Thieves and Tacos ended Day 74 of Season β3 with a record of 75 games, potentially a reflection of a disruption of spacetime.
|Buried||Richardson Games · Darren Chill · Slosh Gulp · Becker Solis|
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|Circuits||Gamma 1 · Gamma 2 · Gamma 3 · Gamma 4|
|Events||The Grand Unslam · Day X|
|Staff||Cornelius Games · Matteo Prestige · Sneaker Pete · Holden Milk|
|Places||Charleston · The Beck And Call · Sunken Charleston Remembrance Obelisk|
|History||Charleston Shoe Thieves' History · Fan Awards|
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- ↑ See The Grand Unslam for more information on the atypical 100th game.