Huber Frumple

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Huber Frumple is a lineup player for the Mexico City Wild Wings, and has been with the team since the Season 21 elections. Frumple has played for the Ohio Worms and Philly Pies.

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 12 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 15 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 19 Earlsiesta, Frumple was given the Seeker modification as part of the seasonal reading.

On Season 21, 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 21 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 22, Day 33, Frumple rejoined the Wild Wings' lineup at Basin of Mexico Park via the Ratified Voicemail.

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

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Pie vs. Pie

Huber Frumple is a hitter for the Philly Pies composed of two corporate espionage agents. These two agents work for rival federal defense contractors and were each independently sent to recover information about Pies hitter Jaxon Buckley's mechanical arms. When Farrell Seagull was traded to the Worms for a player named "Huber Frumple," a player new to the Internet Blaseball League, the two agents both arrived on the same day claiming to be Huber Frumple. Rather than blow their cover, they stumbled through an explanation that they both work together to play as a single blaseball player. It is unknown what happened to the original Huber Frumple who played for the Ohio Worms.

The two agents are typically called Huber and Frumple by others assuming those are their names, although it is never consistent which agent is called by which name. While "Huber" and "Frumple" stay professional and work together while on the field, they are mortal enemies while not playing blaseball, often leaving deadly traps and explosives in the other's path to prevent them from stealing the secret Jaxon documents.

As the two are espionage agents, they are accustomed to speaking in codewords, and the true meaning of the things they say is often indecipherable.