Seattle Garages/Season 11

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In Season β11, the Seattle Garages finished third in the Mild League and eighth in the ILB. The Garages qualified for the postseason and were seeded 3rd. After successful series versus the Charleston Shoe Thieves and the Yellowstone Magic, the team advanced to face the Hellmouth Sunbeams in the Internet Series. The series that followed was one of the most chaotic in ILB history and ended with the Sunbeams claiming the championship, despite the Garages' best efforts. In the Season β11 Election, the Garages won the VIII blessing, receiving the VIII Justice Arcana.

Starting Roster

Lineup Rotation
Bench Bullpen


Notable Games


  • On Day 103, the Seattle Garages began a postseason series against the Charleston Shoe Thieves. The Garages took a two game lead, but the Thieves battled to regain their lost ground and won the next two, tying the series 2-2. The Garages pulled out a win in game 5 to advance, 3-2. (Watch here on Before).
  • On Day 110, the Seattle Garages began the Mild League Championship Series against the Yellowstone Magic. The Garages swept the first three games of the series but lost a win to the Black Hole, extending it to game 4. The series ended 4-1 in the Garages' favor, with both teams gaining an additional win thanks to Sun 2. (Watch here on Before).
  • On Day 116, the Seattle Garages began their second Internet Series, this time against interleague rivals the Hellmouth Sunbeams. (Watch here on Before).
    • In Game 1 of the series, The Sunbeams shamed the Garages in the bottom of the 10th inning. Garages pitcher Lenny Marijuana, determined to not end the game in Shame, allowed 4 more runs, triggering Sun 2 and ending the game with a 6-0 Garages win. After one game, the series was tied 1-1.
    • The Garages gave up Game 2 of the series before going on to win Game 3 when the Sunbeams once again hit 10 runs, this time swallowing a Garages win. This was repeated in Game four, leading to the Garages trailing the Beams 1-2 in series wins going into the Game 5, despite technically winning 3 games.

Election Outcomes


  • VIII blessed the Seattle Garages.
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    • The Garages receive VIII Justice.
    • The Garages had 14%[1] of the Votes. The Mexico City Wild Wings were the highest bidders with 45% of the votes. 141,916 votes were cast.

Season Overview

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

Feeling Loopy

A bar graph depicting the Season 11 Garages wins over .500 across the entire season and postseason. We'll suck forever.

Following the league's epic confrontation with and victory over The Shelled One, Blaseball is under new management. (Also the Sun was destroyed during the Season β10 Internet Series and it's really affected the weather). The Garages returned to play in this new era of Peace and Prosperity full of victorious energy. Cleanup hitter Malik Destiny finally came into his own, leading the team in Home Runs and RBIs. The Garages pitching staff, now consisting of 7 members and anchored by standouts Durham Spaceman and Pitching Machine, did their best to keep a handle on the wild swings in win/loss record caused by the Black Hole and Sun 2, only allowing them to activate 4 times during the regular season. After a middling first two thirds of the season, the Band decided to make a play for the playoffs. The Garages got hot and began winning series instead of just trading wins. They managed to ride the wave all the way to the Internet Series, only to fall to the Sunbeams' loop machine after a hard fought five games. Afterwards, the Band gifted the Beams a tour bus full of bread to celebrate their victory.


Ever wary of authority, the Garages regarded the arrival of new management with healthy disrespect. In the Election, the band was awarded VIII, Justice, an Arcana they were proud to take up as they continued to campaign for "No gods, just Blaseball forever."

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