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On Season 17, Day 74, Clembons joined the Tacos' active roster in exchange for Yummy Elliott as a result of the Al Pastor Memorial Park's Fax Machine. On Day 77, Clembons retreated back to the Tacos' Shadows in exchange for Elliott once again via the Fax Machine.
On Season 20, Day 34, Clembons rejoined the Tacos' active roster in exchange for Vito Kravitz via the Al Pastor Memorial Park's Fax Machine. On Day 67, Clembons retreated to the Tacos' Shadows in exchange for Vito Kravitz once again due to the Fax Machine.
On Season 22, Day 50, Clembons rejoined the Tacos' pitching rotation in exchange for Yummy Elliott via the Al Pastor Memorial Park's Fax Machine. On Day 65, Clembons retreated the Tacos' Shadows in exchange for Lucas Petty once again via the Fax Machine. On Day 67, Clembons again rejoined the Tacos' pitching rotation in exchange for Vito Kravitz, again via the Fax Machine. On Day 81, Clembons retreated once more to Tacos' Shadows in exchange for Vito Kravitz due to the Fax Machine. On Day 85, Clembons rejoined the Tacos' pitching rotation in exchange for Kravitz via the Fax Machine.
Over the course of Season 24, Clembons entered and exited the Tacos' Shadows two times as a result of Al Pastor Memorial Park Fax Machine events, ending the Season in the Shadows.
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
Mx. Clinton “McBaseball” Clembons (April 1, 1897 - ) was an American pitcher in Negro League Baseball. Clembons played for the Co-umbus --i-- Gia--s . Clembons had an average career in the league until their sudden disappearance. Clembons was last seen in Van Nuys, California for an exhibition match in 1931, and has not been seen since.
On the Immaterial Plane
It is unclear as to how McBaseball Clembons came to join the LA Unlimited Tacos. Wyatt Mason IV just noticed them one day by the fax machine in the bullpen. Upon introductions, Clembons had indicated that this was the thousandth time they have introduced themselves to the team. No one on the Tacos is aware of these previous introductions.
Clembons, when remembered, is known for talking so much about “Baseball” that their teammates have started calling them McBaseball. This is not their name, their name is Dorothy Clembons. Clembons' remarkable pitching talent comes from their ability to throw an eephus curveball, a very unremarkable pitch in the material plane, but with no additional special abilities, this is a standout pitch in the ILB.
Because of Clembons' origins in the Material Plane, teammates have had issues with perceiving and remembering them. Descriptions of Clembons have included having an afterimage of their past and present, as well as being seen as three separate color channels. Players not initially from the Immaterial Plane, such as Wyatt Mason IV and some Alternates in the league have not had these issues. Others have likened Clembons’ appearance to “the sky during the Grand Unslam.”
Clembons pitching, by ShorterSneakier