Seattle Garages/Season 8

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In Season 8, the Seattle Garages finished first in the Mild League and second in the ILB. The Garages qualified for the postseason and were seeded 1st, but were swept by the Philly Pies in their first playoff series. The Garages experienced five feedback swaps during the season, thanks to Jaylen Hotdogfinger's Refinanced Debt. In the Season 8 Election the Garages won a franchise record four blessings, earning a Home Field Advantage, incinerating newly Stable pitcher Ron Monstera, and recruiting new faces Durham Spaceman and Lori Boston to their rotation.

Starting Roster

Lineup Rotation
Bench Bullpen

Season

Roster Changes

Postseason

  • On Day 100, the Seattle Garages began a series against the Philly Pies. The Garages were swept, ending the series 0 wins to the Pies' 3. (Watch here on Before).

Election Outcomes

Blessings

  • Forever Physical blessed the Seattle Garages.
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    • Ron Monstera is now Stable!
    • The Garages had 26% of the Votes and were the highest bidders. 22,253 votes were cast.
  • Promo Code blessed the Seattle Garages.
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    • Lori Boston has been recruited to join the Seattle Garage's rotation!
    • The Team had 44% of the Votes and were the highest bidders. 117,256 votes were cast.
  • Home Field Advantage blessed the Seattle Garages.
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    • The Garages have received Home Field Advantage for the next season.
    • The Garages had 4% of the Votes. The Baltimore Crabs were the highest bidders with 51% of the votes. 327,322 votes were cast.
  • New Kid blessed the Seattle Garages.
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    • A Rogue Umpire incinerated the Garages's least Idolized player, Ron Monstera!
    • Durham Spaceman joins the team as a replacement.
    • The Garages had 10% of the Votes. The Yellowstone Magic were the highest bidders with 18% of the votes. 47,154 votes were cast.

One additional blessing affected the Seattle Garages:

Season Overview

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

Refinancing

After she engulfed the league in flame during Season 7,  Debted Seattle Garages ace Jaylen Hotdogfingers searched for a solution to prevent it from happening again. The Microphone offered her a chance to make a deal.[3] As a result, Hotdogfingers'  Debt changed to  Refinanced Debt. While this change kept the rest of the league safe from incineration, the Garages were about to face the necromancy consequences they escaped the season before.

Breaking Up the Band

A bar graph depicting the Season 8 Garages wins over .500 across the entire season and postseason. We'll suck forever.

Season 8 was the most successful regular season by wins the Seattle Garages have ever seen and will ever see in the first two eras of Internet League Blaseball. It was also a season of change and sudden parting with a franchise record five feedback swaps thanks to Jaylen Hotdogfingers' newly refinanced debt, which now conferred  Flickering. Over the season, the band bid farewell to original roster members Lang Richardson and Allison Abbott, and longtime players Cedric Spliff and Farrell Seagull, fundamentally altering the small ball strategy the team had employed in previous seasons. In return, the band received Nolanestophia Patterson, capable base hitters Quack Enjoyable and Summers Pony, and Paula Mason, until she too was swapped for power hitter Paula Turnip. The constantly shifting roster somehow did not stop the band's meteoric rise, and they clinched a postseason appearance in record time. Unfortunately, dreams of a pennant were once again dashed when the Garages were swept by the Philly Pies in the first round of the playoffs. After the regular season, Jaylen Hotdogfingers was granted  Flickering by the Microphone. Details of how this change fit into the Mic's bigger plan were yet to be revealed, but Hotdogfingers is embracing her role as an "agent of chaos."

New Kids

The Season 8 Election brought four blessings to the Seattle Garages, although their outcome had many wondering if some were really blessings after all. During the election, beloved Garages pitcher Ron Monstera was stabilized before being cruelly incinerated. To replace him, a bus arrived carrying the enigmatic extraterrestrial Durham Spaceman and a surprise extra pitcher, interdimensional visitor and DJ Lori Boston, who had accidentally signed up for the team. The additions also expanded the Band's rotation beyond 5 slots for the first time.