Seattle Garages/Season 1
In Season 1, the Seattle Garages finished fourth in the Evil Conference and seventh in the ILB. The Garages qualified for the postseason and were seeded 4th. The team lost 1-3 to the number one seeded Mexico City Wild Wings in the division series. In the Season 1 Election, The Garages were blessed with Guess Whose Thwack, which boosted their each member of their Lineup's Thwack by one Star.
Roster Changes and Notable Games
- On Day 1, hitter Mindy Rahman became the first player to score in the Coronation Era with a leadoff homerun at the top of the first Inning.
- On Day 3, Jasper Destiny crashed onto the field during a game versus the Worms.
- Destiny was Buried at the end of the Garages' Lineup.
- On Day 5, Theodore Honeywell crashed onto the field during a game versus the Fridays.
- Honeywell was Buried at the end of the Fridays' Lineup.
- On Day 19, Rigby Friedrich crashed onto the field during a game versus the Moist Talkers.
- Friedrich was Buried at the end of the Garages' Lineup.
- On Day 67, Chandra Blortles crashed onto the field during a game versus the Lovers.
- Blortles was Buried at the end of the Garages' Lineup.
- On Day 92, the Seattle Garages began a postseason series against the Mexico City Wild Wings.
- Mindy Rahman scored the first run of the postseason with a leadoff homerun.
- The Seattle Garages' Lineup gains 1 Star of Thwack.
- Won with 11.046309370331716%
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
NEW Seattle Garages
It's a NEW universe, a NEWly fallen team, and a NEW season of Blaseball. After the events of Fall Ball, the Band looks a little different, that won't stop them from rocking hard. The Garages' NEW Season 1 debut featured the triumphant return of Henry Marshallow, the talents of longtime vets Rivers Clembons and Baby Triumphant, and the introduction of new favorites including Jesús Rodriguez and Deion Gamage. The Garages also returned to their roots, rejoining the Chaotic Evil division. Despite a stacked division, the Band put on a good showing thanks to their well optimized lineup (featuring the talents of Mindy Rahman and Josephine Aster) and mostly satisfactory pitching led by Brisket Friendo with no thanks to Timmy Vine. The Garages just barely clinched a Postseason Seed over longtime friends the Yellowstone Magic but fell short against the powerhouse Mexico City Wild Wings. They bowed out of the bracket with a 1-3 record.
A Horrible Mistake We Will Make Again and Again
In the Season 1 Election, history repeated as the Forbidden Book was once again opened. The Band escaped immediate consequences, but the threat of Solar Eclipse(s) now looms. On a happier note, the Band gained extra Thwack thanks to the Guess Whose Thwack blessing, raising prospects of more positive contact in the future.
|Buried||Jasper Destiny · Rigby Friedrich · Chandra Blortles · Pedro Davids|
|Stats||NEW Seasons||1 · 2|
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|Ballpark||The Hotdogfingers Memorial Climate Pledge Garage and Parking Facility|
|Community||United Seattle Garages Mascot Workers · Seattle Garages Stadium and Training Volunteers · Seattle Garages Lil' Roadies|
|Places||Dark Seattle · Seattle Gum Wall · Ron Monstera Memorial Cat Cafe and Sanctuary · Seattle Shadows Co-op|
|History||Seattle Garages's History · Jamazon · Dark Seattle Corporates · Operation DEBT Collection|
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