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On Season 7, Day 7, in a game against the Hawai'i Fridays, Rutledge pitched the first recorded no-hitter in ILB history, baffling literally everyone and earning the 2-blood blagonball. The same season, on Day 37, Rutledge pitched the second recorded no-hitter ever in ILB history. This did not make anyone less baffled.
After the end of Season 7, the Blagonball became Rutledge's item, possibly in response to fan demand to "Let Inky pitch the Blagonball (We would like to see it)."
On Season 22, Day 22, Rutledge retreated to the Shoe Thieves' Shadows in exchange for Blood Hamburger as a result of Choux Stadium's Fax Machine. On Day 26, Rutledge rejoined the Shoe Thieves' pitching rotation in exchange for Hamburger via the Fax Machine. On Day 34, Rutledge retreated to the Shadows again in exchange for Hamburger via the Fax Machine.
On Season 23, Day 26, Rutledge joined the Shoe Thieves' pitching rotation in exchange for Blood Hamburger as a result of the Choux Stadium's Fax Machine.
Over the course of Season 24, Rutledge entered and exited the Shoe Thieves' Shadows two times as a result of Choux Stadium Fax Machine events, ending the Season on the pitching rotation.
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Rutledge as of Season 22. Art by @saltbuzzard
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