Torus McGhee

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Torus McGhee is a player for the Chicago Firefighters, and has been with the team since Fall Ball. McGhee has played for the Core Mechanics and Seattle Garages.

Official League Records

McGhee joined the ILB as a pitcher for the Core Mechanics during the Descension.

During the Season β15 elections, McGhee retreated to the Mechanics' Shadows as a result of the Mechanics' Move will.

McGhee was traded to the Seattle Garages' Shadows with no replacement during the Season β22 elections via the Gachapon blessing.

During the December 23, 2022 Fall Ball, McGhee fell to the Chicago Firefighters.

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

Box of Torus McGhee Files

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Torus McGhee is an experimental fashion mechanic, tailor, and resident recluse of the Core. One of the few members not originally from the Core, he has nonetheless become a staple of the community, and when the Core found itself in need of a blaseball team, he grudgingly agreed to pitch, as it would allow him more time to devote to other projects than batting would. Said projects include clothing made entirely of electroluminescent wire, adaptive clothing optimized for the Core’s fluctuating temperatures, and other innovative types of clothes that comprise the short list of things he will speak at length about.

His close friendships on the team include Jasper Ji-Eun, who has been known to spend time in Torus’ workshop doing nothing in particular, calling himself “there for moral support,” and Shirai McElroy, with whom Torus often collaborates. Torus was also close with Ruffian Applesauce, who was incinerated on Season 13, Day 79.

Torus has been described by teammates as “gruff”, “such a softie”, and “weirdly good at sitting still for long enough that he starts gathering dust”; be advised that the last comment is unverified. Presently, he has yet to give an official interview, and has rarely been seen outside of his workshop.

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