Kaz Fiasco was a lineup player for the Baltimore Crabs, and was with the team from Season β20, Day 5 until Fall Ball. Fiasco has previously played for the Ohio Worms, Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams, and Philly Pies.
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On Season β20, Day 5, Fiasco was exchanged to the Baltimore Crabs due to Feedback. Fiasco was replaced by Jacoby Podcast. On Season 20, Day 9, Fiasco retreated to the Crabs' Shadows in exchange for Montgomery Bullock via Chesapeake Racetrack and Ballpark's Fax Machine. During the Season β20 elections, Fiasco rejoined the Crabs' active roster in exchange for Pedro Davids as a result of the Crabs' Roster Swap will.
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Before being recruited to the Ohio Worms, Kaz Fiasco was a small time stage magician known for both his "Gallagher-esque" stage performances, and also resulting criminal record.
As a magician, Kaz's performances involved many fireworks, used in exclusively unsafe manners. His "hammer-o-matic" routine, in which he took a baseball bat to various fireworks alongside passable jokes, both delighted and terrified crowds (correlating directly with proximity to the stage), and eventually led to his dishonorable discharge from the Magician's Corps after one particularly tragic performance. When asked to comment by a local paper, Kaz simply repeated his famous catchphrase (removed for clarity) and sadly drove his garish sedan away.
After losing his Magician's License, Kaz turned his pyrotechnic skills towards crime, amassing a several hundred dollar fortune from a multi-state petty crime spree in which he robbed several firework stores, atms, and banks, all through creative and ill-advised fireworks use (as well as baseball bat use). He was finally apprehended trying to Roman Candle through a bank vault door, after one of his pinwheel fireworks set off a silent alarm (which Kaz, to this day, insists should be illegal). When read his Miranda rights by the arresting officers, Kaz once again repeated his catchphrase, to the displeasure of everyone involved.
After two decades in "the big house" Kaz was finally granted parole, and was soon recruited by the Ohio Worms for his skill with a baseball bat, as well as his skill in running from the law. Kaz enjoyed a relatively successful career as a part of several championship winning teams, and will be tragically killed when his gunpowder-corked bat misfires during a future ILB season.
In his time at the ILB, Kaz was renowned for his button-up shirts and his silver fox charm, as well as the iconic scorched crater he will leave in his wake.