Tokyo Lift/Season 19

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In Season 19, the Tokyo Lift won their first championship. No, seriously.


Starting Roster

Lineup Rotation
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Notable Events

Earlsiesta Reading

Renovations

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    Inconvenience - - 4,035,034 Coins Spent
    • The Gym will now be -13% less Inconvenient!
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    Hoops - 3,765,063 Coins Spent

Gift Shop

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    Lift received 3 Gifts! - 13,771,535 coins contributed

The Lift were also top contributors for the Yellowstone Magic's gifts.

Roster Changes

Elsewhere

Day Player Cause Return Day Duration Scattered name
18 56 Jessica Telephone Salmon Cannons 2 1 season n/a
13 Rylan O'Lantern Flooding 22 9 days n/a
16 Yusef Fenestrate Flooding 21 5 days n/a
61 Nandy Slumps Flooding n/a n/a n/a
82 Halexandrey Walton Flooding 104 22 days n/a

Blooddrains

Day Siphoning Player Team Stat Siphoned Player Team
5 Cudi Di Batterino Tokyo Lift Pitching Zippy DeShields Breckenridge Jazz Hands
47 Dudley Mueller Houston Spies Baserunning Halexandrey Walton Tokyo Lift
47 Dudley Mueller Houston Spies Batting Freemium Seraph Tokyo Lift
91 Richmond Harrison Miami Dale Batting Elwin McGhee Tokyo Lift

Peanut Allergies

Day Player Event
18 Cory Ross Allergy cured by Peanut Mister


Election Results

Wills

Blessings

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    Outdoorsy blessed the Tokyo Lift.
    • Lift's random Player Kline Greenlemon gained the permanent mod Outdoorsy.
      • +  Outdoorsy
    • The Lift had 14% of the Votes
      Highest Bidder - The Magic with 72%
      1,184,444 votes were cast.

Season Overview

With the passage of the Turntables decree, all Wins were converted into Unwins, which were worth -1 Wins. This meant that the standings were inverted, and that teams that lost more games were at the top of their division. The Lift, having been doing poorly for the past several seasons, realized it was their time to shine and ended with a 46-53 record, placing them fourth in the Wild League. This marked the first time that the Lift qualified for the playoffs outside the Wild Card round.

In the postseason itself, games continued as normal: Wins were Wins. The Lift found themselves as one of the best teams in the playoffs. In Round 1, they defeated the wildcard Firefighters 2-1. In Round 2, they defeated the league-worst Wild Wings 3-1. In the semifinals, they defeated the Flowers 3-2. And lastly, in a hard-fought championship match, the Lift defeated the Garages 3-2 and won the Season 19 Internet Series.

Following their victory, the Lift had five roster changes in the election, the most that they had ever experienced simultaneously. The team chose to foreshadow hitter Silvaire Semiquaver in exchange for a recently-infused Kit Honey. Halexandrey Walton returned to the Yellowstone Magic in exchange for Evelton McBlase II. Stalwart pitcher Cudi Di Batterino was traded to the Canada Moist Talkers in exchange for Goobie Ballson. Lastly the team saw Cory Ross and Jessica Telephone return to the Dallas Steaks in exchange for Engine Eberhardt and Kline Greenlemon respectively. New member Greenlemon went on to receive the Outdoorsy modification after the Lift won the blessing of the same name.