Edric Tosser

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Edric Tosser is a lineup player for the Breckenridge Jazz Hands, and has been with the team since Season 12, Day 61. Tosser has previously played for the Chicago Firefighters.

Official League Record

Tosser joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Chicago Firefighters with the Return of Blaseball.

On Season 3, Day 20, Tosser swallowed a stray peanut and had an allergic reaction. However, it appears that Tosser's rating remained the same. Tosser received a minor bump in ratings at the end of the season when the Performance Enhancing Demons blessing was given to the Firefighters.

During the Season 4 Election , Tosser was affected by the Alternate Reality Decree. This decreased their batting to .

On Season 5, Day 30, Tosser became a pitcher due to Reverb.

As a result of the Katamari blessing won by the Firefighters in the Season 5 election, Tosser's defense rating increased by .

Tosser joined the Jazz Hands on Season 12, Day 61 due to Feedback. They were replaced by Agan Harrison.

During the Season 15 elections, Tosser retreated to the Jazz Hands' Shadows in exchange for Howell Rocha as a result of the Jazz Hands' Foreshadow will, resulting in a combined 11.4 -> 12 stat increase.

During the Season 19 elections, Tosser's batting increased from 2 -> 3.2 as a result of the Jazz Hands' Shadow Infuse will.

On Season 23, Day 60, Tosser joined the Jazz Hands' lineup in exchange for Lancelot Kane at Breckenridge Community Field via the Ratified Voicemail.

Over the course of Season 24, Tosser entered and exited the Jazz Hands's Shadows two times as a result of Breckenridge Community Field Voicemail events, ending the Season on the lineup.

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Edric Tosser Across Dimensions

In the Interdimensional Rumor Mill’s library, there’s an always-evolving book titled Edric Tosser’s Rumor Registry. A bookmark sticks out from between the pages, labelled IF-818.36 and marking the following entry...

History

Born in the part of Chicago sometimes called Joliet to Cantonese and Jewish parents, Tosser's birth caused everyone in Chicago to have painful visions of prophecy. It became known through unclear means that he would be the greatest pitcher in blaseball history. One of Tosser’s many younger sisters was quoted after his historic ground out saying, “I always knew he had it in him. Literally always. I was born with this knowledge and I will die with it.” His eldest describes the birth as “Weird, because I was five and not really that prepared for a clairvoyant episode.”

Unfortunately for the splort of baseball, despite his strong desire to pursue a career as a firefighter[capitalization?], Tosser instead went almost immediately to work in the Joliet cinnamon mines. Many fans and critics of Tosser alike agree that his true talents were wasted in the mines, with many years that might have been spent training in the Underleagues spent bringing delicious, delicious cinnamon to the people of Chicago. It wasn't until years later that player Tyreek Olive discovered Tosser and recruited them as a firefighter. Upon Mx. Chicago’s insistence that Tosser also take up his true calling as a blaseball player, he relented, but demanded to become a batter instead of a pitcher.

Tosser soon came to be known in Chicago as a hard working, salt of the earth, mediocre hitter who “could honestly do better if he just tried a little harder,” one fan is reported as saying. “Like seriously, you could be the greatest pitcher of all time, please just pitch the ball, why do you keep hitting into double plays?”

Tosser never followed up for comment.

After the Season 3 Finals, Tosser woke one morning to the knowledge that violence lived in their heart now. Tosser had become one of the three players on the Firefighters to receive a fragment of Landry Violence's spirit and gain a calming yet mighty new strength.

In the Season 4 elections, Edric Tosser was the subject of the Alternate decree along with teammate Justice Spoon. He is believed to have swapped places with the Edric Tosser of IF/108.18, who took their place. Reports from the current Edric indicate that they now play for the Deerfield Firestarters.

Like all of us, they are from Chicago. Their jersey number is 815.

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