Juice Collins

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Juice Collins is a player for the Tokyo Lift, and has been with the team since Fall Ball. Collins has previously played for the San Francisco Lovers and Hawai'i Fridays.

Official League Records

Collins joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Hawai'i Fridays on Season β3, Day 76, after the incineration of Sebastian Sunshine.

Despite only starting play much of the way through Season 3, Collins still managed 106 plate appearances with a 0.386 batting average, ranking #1 in the league.

During the Fridays' Season β7, Day 92 game against the Kansas City Breath Mints, Collins partied and received a boost to all stats.

Collins stole 24 bases in Season β9, tied for 8th in the league.

During the Coffee Cup, Collins played for FWXBC as a pitcher.

During the Season β15 elections, Collins became a pitcher via the Fridays' Move will.

During the Season β17 elections, Collins' pitching increased from 4.4 5.8 and defense decreased 3.3 3 as a result of the Fridays' Transfuse will.

On Day 39 of Season β20, Collins pitched a perfect game with 10 strikeouts in 27 outs.[1]

On Season β21 Day 71, Collins was exchanged to the San Francisco Lovers due to Feedback. Collins was replaced by King Roland.

Collins was traded back to the Hawai'i Fridays in exchange for King Roland during the Season β22 elections via the Fridays' Equivalent Exchange will. Collins' star ratings were then completely randomized as a result of the Rotation Alternate Trust blessing, resulting in Collins becoming an Alternate and gaining the Negative modification.

On Season β23, Day 93, Collins retreated to the Fridays' Shadows in exchange for Don Mitchell at Hawai'i Viberight Field via the Ratified Fax Machine.

During the December 16, 2022 Fall Ball, Collins fell to the Tokyo Lift.

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



Juice Collins appeared during Day 76 of Season 3, in a game versus the Los Angeles Tacos after Fridays veterans Hendricks Rangel and Sebastian Sunshine were incinerated. At the Fridays' perennial third base refreshments cart, Our Lady of Perpetual Friday reached down and guided the snack specialist's hand, pouring a cocktail so powerful that God gave it a soul. It gained sentience and stepped into the diamond during the Fridays' time of greatest need. She called herself Juice Collins. At her first at-bat, she hit a double. The devastated Fridays went on to win the game thanks in part to Collins.






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Expansion Era

Frequent Trips to Elsewhere

Juice Collins was the first member of the Hawai‘i Fridays to make multiple trips Elsewhere due to the Immateria flooding. It is speculated that her liquid nature makes it easier for her to navigate these floods. Upon her return, she spoke of leading tours through the Elsewhere and, we quote, “scamming Elsewhere tourists”, at which point she was quickly shushed by other members of her team. Juice Collins has never committed a crime (as far as you know).

At the end of Season β15, Collins was Moved to the Hawai‘i Fridays rotation as a part of the team’s Balanced Breakfast campaign (also affecting fellow teammate Baldwin Breadwinner). The results greatly benefited the team, Collins’ skills better utilized on the mound. Longtime Fridays pitcher Stevenson Heat remarked on how excited he was to train more closely with her and how “we really made pitcher outta Juice, huh?” while several other players loudly yelled “OOOOHHHHHH” in the background.

Collins played for the Fridays from her birth through the nullification of Baseball β (aside from a short 18-game stint in San Francisco when she missed her flight back to Hawai‘i). This, along with her classic Fridays nature, led to somewhat of a leadership role for her. While never in charge in any formal capacity, Collins and Heat were often looked to as unofficial captains through the constantly changing scape of the game. As the last two original Fridays, they offered support, mentorship, and a shoulder to lay one’s head on when times were tough. The two were already friends, but bonded more closely together over this responsibility as the era went on.

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