Mickey Woods

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Mickey Woods was a lineup player for the Philly Pies, and was with the team from the Return of Blaseball until being incinerated on Season β6, Day 95 in a game against the Kansas City Breath Mints.

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Woods joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Philly Pies with the Return of Blaseball.

During the Season β5 elections, Woods's baserunning fell half a star as a part of the Charleston Shoe Thieves' Bad Neighbors blessing.

On Season β6, Day 95, Woods was incinerated and replaced by Jaxon Buckley.

Biographical Information

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

Mickey Woods played first base for the Philly Pies.

Originally a construction worker, she was convicted of manslaughter after hitting a rock with a lead pipe into the head of a bystander while on her mandated 15-minute break. She was sentenced to five years in prison, but the Pies, taking an interest in her hitting, made a deal with the judge, a Philly native and Pies fan, for her to serve her sentence playing for the team. An additional three years was added to her sentence for her part in developing the signature Philly Pies blaseball play known as Philladeltrix: The Marquis of Pain.

Woods had numerous tattoos, including, as a devout Quaker, the names of the Valiant Sixty on her back. She was deeply repentant for the death she caused.

Since the abolition of the Pie-nitentiary, Woods served the rest of her sentence through community service and helping with local social work groups. The aid to a community she unwittingly harmed was a balm to her Quaker soul. Woods's favorite flower was the iris. She spent most of her free time working in the Pies community glarden.

Woods's regular order at the Tastykake food court is well known and now available as the Number 5: Two slices of pie and a large coffee with two tablespoons of sesame oil. Since her incineration, flans will often leave a Number 5 by her memorial in the community glarden.


Woods had many varied and tragic relationships, including one with Combs Duende that ended with their incineration. After Duende's incineration, Woods continued to use their bat, Split Ends, in Season β6 as a good luck charm. She also got a tattoo of Duende's name on her collarbone to memorialize them as gone but never forgotten.

At the time of Woods's incineration, she was dating Chicago Firefighters player, Lou Roseheart, who was left bereaved by her absence. Woods also had a close relationship with Farrell Seagull after they were swapped to the Garages. Seagull and Woods had been looking at potentially going on a date during the post-season siesta, and now Seagull joins the many impacted by Woods's incineration.

Both players have been seen placing a Number 5 in the Tastykake Community Glarden in memorial of their lost loved one and friend.

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