Huber Frumple

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Huber Frumple is a player for the San Francisco Lovers, and has been with the team since Season 1, Day 60. Frumple has played for the Ohio Worms, Philly Pies, and Mexico City Wild Wings.

Official League Records

Frumple joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Ohio Worms during the Descension.

Frumple was traded to the Philly Pies in exchange for Farrell Seagull during the Season β12 elections via the Exchange will, without having played a single game for the Worms since arriving in the ILB. Frumple's stats were then increased by the Worms' own Infuse will, resulting in a combined 9.4 13.5 stat increase.

During the Season β15 elections, Frumple's batting increased from 3.4 4.3 and pitching decreased 1.6 1.4 as a result of the Pies' Transfuse will.

During the Season β19 Earlsiesta, Frumple was given the Seeker modification as part of the seasonal reading.

On Season β21, Day 83, Frumple picked up The Fifth Base from The Oven. Frumple then super roamed to the Mexico City Wild Wings before placing The Fifth Base in The Bubble on Season 21, Day 95.

Frumple was traded to the Pies' Shadows in exchange for Doginic Burgertoes during the Season β21 elections via the Pies' Roster Swap will. Frumple was then immediately traded back to the Wild Wings' Shadows in exchange for Kline Nightmare via the Wild Wings' Roster Swap will.

On Season β22, Day 33, Frumple rejoined the Wild Wings' lineup at Basin of Mexico Park via the Ratified Voicemail.

On Season 1, Day 60, Frumple fell to the San Francisco Lovers during a game in Horizon weather, becoming Buried.

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

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Huber & Frumple

Huber & Frumple are a pair of human sized worms made out of an unidentified fuzzy material that have been glued together in a vaguely humanoid shape. Frumple uses she/her, Huber uses he/him, and together they use they/them.

Huber & Frumple work together to bat, run, and defend. The two share a friendly rivalry, often trying to outperform the other and pushing their combined performance to greater and greater heights.

Frumple claims you can tell them apart because she always wears a top hat and monocle, though since the two worms are different colors this technique seems unnecessary. In addition, Huber has been seen wearing the top hat on occasion. Frumple claims the top hat means they are descended from worm royalty. Huber claims they bought it at a really nice costume store. Both agree that they are just the super coolest of spies but shhhhhh that’s a secret.

Chorby Short and the Frumple Rumbles

After a series hard fought games between the Pies and the Yellowstone Magic in the Season β14 playoffs, an intense rivalry formed between Chorby Short and Huber & Frumple. In order to settle their scores, the three players have resorted to duking it out in street fights that have since been dubbed “the Frumple Rumbles.”

The Frumple Rumbles take place after each Pies/Magic game in the parking lot of the ice cream store closest to the stadium. Each rumble consists of Chorby and Huber & Frumple trying to bop each other in the head with squeaky, inflatable hammers. Observers have noted that the fights are inherently unfair since Huber & Frumple have two heads, a fact that makes the one-headed Chorby absolutely ballistic. The rumble ends when someone cries uncle.

The Frumple Rumbles are popular with local children, who cheer on the fighters while enjoying ice cream treats. The winner of the rumble has to buy the loser ice cream. Chorby's favorite part is the ice cream.

Chorby's teammate Francisco Preston also claims to be in a rivalry with Huber & Frumple but so far he is the only one who acknowledges it.

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