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On Season 2, Game 97, the Yellowstone Magic were two games behind the Charleston Shoe Thieves in the Chaotic Good Division. Rodriguez gave up 10 runs to the Los Angeles Tacos, including 7 in the 8th inning, immediately eliminating the Magic from the playoff race. Fans named the infamous inning "Old Man Logan's Inning".
On Season 3, Game 2, Rodriguez began to redeem themselves with their first appearance in Season 3, pitching a shutout game against the Dallas Steaks in the middle of the Magic's series sweep. The Magic began the season 7-0, ending with another Rodriguez-led win.
Rodriguez was traded back to the Yellowstone Magic in exchange for Wyatt Pothos during the Season 19 elections via the Jazz Hands' Equivalent Exchange will, becoming a lineup player again in the process.
During the Season 21 Elections, Rodriguez received Alternate and Negative when the Magic were blessed with Shadow Alternate Trust. As a result of becoming an alternate, Rodriquez's stats were randomized.
During the Season 22 elections, Rodriguez rejoined the Magic's active roster via the Magic's Move will. Rodriguez also gained the Skipping modification and lost the Negative modification as a result of the Record Scratch and Roster Flip blessings.
Over the course of Season 23, Rodriguez entered and exited the Magic's Shadows two times as a result of Yellowstone National (Ball)Park Fax Machine and Voicemail events, ending the Season on the pitching rotation.
| COMMUNITY LORE|
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Box of Logan Rodriguez Files
- Dust billows as the file box lands on the table. While many archives in the Interdimensional Rumor Mill are unified in some way, this... definitely isn’t one of them. The accompanying Rumor Registry explains all of the contents... wherever it is... but for now you grab the folder labelled IF-3.15.23 and start reading...
When Logan Rodriguez was a young man, early in his blaseball career, he was incredibly worried about letting his fans down. One day, while signing merchandise that was meant for the Yellowstone Ballpark Shop, unbeknownst to him, there was a contract hiding out in the pile of posters. When signed, shadows filled the room and a voice whispered in his ear. “I heard your pleas. It is done. You will never let your fans down.”
This contract forbade him from retiring willingly. Since that point, he has grown more and more tired, season after season. Hoping to retire, wanting to retire, but unable to. He must be forced out by the fans, who adore him and have adored him for generations, or by the coaching staff, who are reluctant to force a fan favorite to retire.
While still a beloved member of the team, there is a growing sentiment among Magic fans to let Logan retire. He has been such a good servant of the team for so long, and he deserves a rest. But the question remains: Will this sentiment overpower the rest of the fans, who continue to bring their children to watch the player who had been their favorite as a child and their parents’ favorite before them and their parents’ favorite before them?
|Stats||Season||1 · 2 · 3 · 4|
|Ballpark||Yellowstone National (Ball)Park|
|Staff||Park Service · Alf Merlinmeyer · Park Rangers · The Oconnor Family|
|History||Yellowstone Magic's History · National Park Services Standardized Irregularity Reports|
|Fan Culture 📣 · Fan Works 💌 · Tlopps Cards 🃏|
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