Seattle Garages/Season 6

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In Season β6, the Seattle Garages finished fourth in the new Mild League and seventh in the ILB. The Garages qualified for the postseason for the first time in franchise history. The team was seeded 4th, but swept both the quarterfinals and semifinals to earn their first ILB Championship appearance, where they were swept by the Baltimore Crabs. The team experienced two weather events during the season.

In the Season β6 Election, the Garages committed necromancy by winning the Lottery Pick blessing, reviving former pitcher Jaylen Hotdogfingers. The Garages also won the Fireproof Jacket blessing, granting Oliver Mueller Fireproof.

Starting Roster

Lineup Rotation
Bench Bullpen


Roster Changes

  • On Day 26, batter Lang Richardson siphoned some of Yeong-Ho Garcia's hitting ability. (Watch here on Before).
    • Richardson's batter rating increased from to .
    • Immediately following the blooddrain, Richardson's vibes were reduced from ⬌ Neutral to ↓↓↓ Honestly Terrible.
  • On Day 91, pitcher Ron Monstera was caught in the flicker after a failed feedback swap with Bevan Underbuck, who was wearing Noise-Cancelling Headphones. (Watch here on Before).
    • As a result, Monstera's pitching rating was slightly reduced from to .


  • On Day 100, the Seattle Garages began their first ever playoff series against the Philly Pies. The Garages swept the series, ending with 3 wins to the Pies' 0. (Watch here on Before).
  • On Day 105, the Seattle Garages began the Mild League Championship Series against the Hades Tigers. The Garages swept the series, ending with 3 wins to Hades' 0. (Watch here on Before).
  • On Day 108, the Seattle Garages began their first Internet Series against Wild League Champions The Baltimore Crabs. The Garages were swept, ending the series with 0 wins to the Crabs' 3. (Watch here on Before).

Election Outcomes


  • Lottery Pick blessed the Seattle Garages.
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    • AN EGG
    • The Garages had 58% of the votes and were the highest bidders. 119,158 votes were cast.
      • In addition to being added to the Garages' rotation, Jaylen Hotdogfingers gained never before seen  Debt and  Returned modifications as well a unique pregame ritual: "Checking their pulse."
  • Fireproof Jacket blessed the Seattle Garages.
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Season Overview

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

Limiter: Released

A bar graph depicting the Season 6 Garages wins over .500 across the entire season. We'll suck forever.

The Seattle Garages stormed onto the field in Season β6 louder and more aggressive than ever before, thanks to multiple beneficial reverbs the previous season. On Base Percentage leaders Farrell Seagull and Greer Gwiffin were paired with slugger Allison Abbott for powerful scoring opportunities. Further down the lineup Lang Richardson and Theodore Duende replicated the setup for even more RBIs. Power hitter Malik Destiny and the always reliable Oliver Mueller rounded out the star batting squad, leading the team in homeruns and triples respectively. The Garages pitching squad supported the batters well, earning 10 wins apiece with the exception of Tot Clark, who earned 13. Henry Marshallow and Arturo Huerta led the team in lowest ERA. The band finished the season with a franchise record winning percentage and qualified for the postseason for the first time in franchise history.

In the postseason, the Garages started strong with a series sweep of the Philly Pies before sweeping the Hades Tigers to win the Mild League Championship Series. Unfortunately the band's playoff run was brought to an end in the Internet Series by the record breaking Baltimore Crabs, who swept the Garages in a 3 game series.

Number 14

The debut of the idol board at the beginning of Season 6 brought with it rumors from across the league of a Reelection Campaign for deceased Seattle Mayor and pitcher Jaylen Hotdogfingers. Motives vary, but many members express a desire to subvert the Blaseball Gods. After observing the near-incineration of Caligula Lotus, Canada Moist Talkers batter and resident warlock Hobbs Cain and scientist Mooney Doctor, who developed a plan to exploit the idolatry of the Reelection Campaign and the Lottery Pick blessing to revive Hotdogfingers. Along with representatives of the Yellowstone Magic, notably batter Francisco Preston, Doctor opened a portal to the Void on the pitcher's mound in The Big Garage, through which Theodore Duende drove the Seattle Garages' Tour Bus loaded with members of the band. When the bus returned, Mike Townsend emerged carrying a massive egg which hatched to reveal Hotdogfingers, very much alive. Townsend slipped away shortly afterward and has been unavailable for comment since. Amidst all the postseason hubbub, no one noticed Oliver Mueller sneak away to steal a Fireproof Jacket.