Mooney Doctor

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Mooney Doctor is a player in the Shadows for the Canada Moist Talkers, and has been with the team since Season 1.

Official League Records

Doctor joined the ILB as a pitcher for the Canada Moist Talkers with the Return of Blaseball.

During the Season 13 elections, Doctor retreated to the Talkers' Shadows in exchange for Shirai McElroy as a result of the Talkers' Foreshadow will.

During the Season 21 elections, Doctor Evolved to Base 1 as a result of the Shadow Evolution blessing.


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

Before joining the Moist Talkers, Doctor studied marine biology at the University of British Columbia, and oddly showed no prior interest in blaseball before joining the team. Her career change seemed unprecedented, but it has been theorized that she may have been brought into the Moist Talkers' fold in order to address some incredibly specialized health needs within the team's roster. Her pitching success is considered, in that case, to have been a pleasant surprise.

Season 1

In Season 1, Doctor threw the first recorded no-hitter in ILB history.[1] After the game, she thanked her wife for inspiring her to allow a perfectly circular "0" number of hits during the game.

Association with Necromancy

During the events of Season 6 Doctor took over the Moist Talkers' necromancy initiative after Hobbs Cain's feedback swap to the Pies on Season 6, Day 82. After being left detailed notes by Cain, Doctor improved upon the ritual with the help of Francisco Preston and was able to open and maintain the portal to the Void that the Garages used to recover Jaylen Hotdogfingers.

In the aftermath of the revival and the events of Ruby Tuesday, Doctor was asked by the Halifax Gazette if she regretted her actions. She responded:

Look we were all pretty broken up about Richmond leaving, Hobbs especially. If you’re wondering if I would do it all again? Absolutely. Our "punishment" is once again an example of the stifling effect that the non-Euclidean and frankly negligent blaseball gods have on the sanctity of the league they're supposed to be officiating. This "unstable" business is just an excuse by the higher ups to not deal with the very obvious umpire problem the league has been dealing with for months.

Further excerpts from the interview have been omitted to protect ███████.

Legal Disclaimer

Doctor denies any and all involvement on the part of her wife, the moon, in the flooding of the country. With an increasing frequency, she can be seen in the stands of Tranquility Strongarms games cheering them on, despite the fact she's on a different team.

Fan Works

  1. Society for Internet Blaseball Research (December 16, 2020)