Seattle Garages/Season 2

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In Season 2, the Seattle Garages finished eighth in the Evil League and thirteenth in the ILB. The team experienced no incinerations during the season. In the Season 2 Election, the Garages were blessed with Pseudo-Thumbs.

Starting Roster

Lineup Rotation
Bench Bullpen

Season

Roster Changes

The Seattle Garages experienced no changes to their roster over the course of the season and postseason.

Notable Games

Election Outcomes

Blessings

Season Overview

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

Mike Townsend (Is A Disappointment)

A bar graph depicting the Season 2 Garages wins over .500 across the entire season. We'll suck forever.

After a demoralizing first season and the sudden loss of Jaylen Hotdogfingers, the Seattle Garages returned to the field full of coffee and anger. The band performed much better during their second outing and even exceeded .500 wins in the midseason. Unfortunately, poor pitching kept the team solidly out of playoff contention. Newcomer Derrick Krueger was seen sleeping on the mound, and mainstays Tot Clark, Arturo Huerta, and Ron Monstera barely held their own. Fans placed the most blame on shameful pitcher Mike Townsend, even going so far as to openly root for his incineration during outings. This vitriol inspired the band's first true success, the smash hit single mike townsend (is a disappointment). Season 2 also saw the birth of a rivalry with the Hellmouth Sunbeams, who objected to the Garages' stated intention to kill the sun. Miraculously, despite the presence of a season-long Solar Eclipse, no Garages players were incinerated during the season, a feat which some Fans attribute to pure spite.

More Thumbs

After a successful Fan campaign, the Seattle Garages pitching staff were blessed with Pseudo-Thumbs in the Season 2 Election. This increased the team's pitching ability substantially, with the minor cost of a few new only slightly disturbing digits. Both fans and players hope that, with their new thumbs, the band will finally make it to the playoffs.