Tot Clark

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Tot Clark was a lineup player for the Seattle Garages, and was with the team from Season β1 until being incinerated on Season β24, Day 6.

Official League Records

Clark joined the ILB as a pitcher for the Seattle Garages with the Return of Blaseball.

Along with Ron Monstera, Clark was the highest-rated pitcher in the Garages rotation from the Season β1 elections until Jaylen Hotdogfingers returned.

During the Coffee Cup, Clark played for FWXBC as a lineup player.

On Season β19, Day 10, Clark retreated to the Garages' Shadows in exchange for Terrell Bradley via The Hotdogfingers Memorial Climate Pledge Garage and Parking Facility's Fax Machine. On Day 16, Clark rejoined the Garages' active roster in exchange for Magi Ruiz via The Hotdogfingers Memorial Climate Pledge Garage and Parking Facility's Fax Machine.

During the Season β20 elections, Clark became a lineup player in exchange for Arturo Huerta as a result of the Garages' Roster Swap will.

On Season β24, Day 6, Clark was incinerated and replaced by Marion Shriffle.

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

Personal Life

Tot Clark is an immortal Egyptian person who has been alive for upwards of two thousand years. While much is unknown about the specific length of Clark’s life, Clark himself has said (after much pestering from the Li’l Roadies) that he cannot die or age save for the consequences of the game of Blaseball, which few have ever managed to evade.

Clark keeps much of his personal life private, and records throughout history uncovered by journalists Wolf Mully and Lana Sculder have shown multiple times in which Clark has faked his own death in order to keep nosy people out of his business. Clark has been quoted in interviews saying that disguises such as bandages, hats, masks, or funny glasses with a mustache on them (a recent gift from Oliver Notarobot) have all proved useful over his long life in maintaining his privacy. He also feels that concealing his appearance with various disguises adds to his personal self-confidence in his ability to rock any number of aesthetics.

Clark has traveled extensively over his lifetime, as evidenced by a trail of mentions and images of Clark found in records from Egypt to Morocco to Puerto Rico to France. He has been involved in music for a similarly long period, and plays the bass as well as the simsimiyya. At some point in his life, Clark met the similarly long-lived Luis Acevedo Encarnación and fell in love with them. They have been in a committed relationship for well over several centuries.

Clark later settled down in Seattle after Acevedo moved there, and was often seen frequenting the record store at which Acevedo worked. Clark reportedly joined the Garages band because “it looked pretty fun,” adding that he appreciated the wide variety of instruments used in the band’s music.

While many of the Garages lead boisterous, larger-than-life lives, Clark has been known to eschew much of this, outside of the odd advertising campaign for the Garages, instead leading what appears to be a reserved and quiet life out of the spotlight with his partner Luis Acevedo. After Acevedo’s feedback to the Crabs and subsequent ascension, however, Clark became more reclusive, and his appearance at games became notably more disheveled. Talking to both teammates and workers around the Big Garage, it was discovered by reporters Mully and Sculder that since season 11, Clark has asked fellow player Arturo Huerta for help applying his bandages, saying that “he knows a thing or two about disguises.”

During the Grand Siesta, Clark took to hanging out with teammate Oliver Notarobot, the two bonding over the loss of the Crabs. Notarobot has notably helped him open up and take down some of his walls, whereas Clark has helped Notarobot branch out his musical genres. The two collaborated on an experimental electronic EP, Mistaken Identity, which they released under the Garages label during the siesta.

Not all of Clark’s family is immortal, and he often travels to Cairo to visit his great-great-great-great-10¹⁴ grandnieces, Maryam and Anaya, whom he said in an interview have been “teaching him about all the latest memes.”(citation needed). Maryam, Anaya, and their parents occasionally visit Clark in Seattle for home games. For his birthday, the two once gifted Clark a shirt from a Seattle gift shop that read “P.U.N.K. = Professional Uncle No Kids.” Clark loved it so much he subsequently bought one for his friend Oliver Mueller, despite Mueller not technically being anyone’s uncle.

Clark was good friends with both iterations of Ron Monstera, and Monstera cited his experimental compositions as “inspirational” to his own audioscientific work.

Clark speaks Arabic, Spanish, and English, though reportedly all with “an old-fashioned accent” due to being thousands of years old.

Strike on the Mound

During the bottom of the 10th inning of Season 6, Day 109 (game two of the Internet Series) versus the Baltimore Crabs, the Garages were shamed when Kennedy Loser and Oliver Notarobot both batted in runs. Clark, with two outs left in the game and having just thrown a second strike to Sutton Dreamy, decided to stand on the mound and not pitch for four minutes as a sign of protest against the Blaseball Gods, notably the Shelled One. This has colloquially been known as "Tot's Strike on the Mound.” When asked about it after the match, Clark simply said, "Well, you can't lose if you don't pitch right? Sometimes defying the gods is just standing around and doing nothing for a few minutes."

The Greetle

In season 21, the Garages voted to steal Rai Spliff’s Cool Arm Helmet of the Feast for Clark to improve his performance. In doing so, Clark inadvertently dropped the pair of Holey Ambitious Socks he was wearing. As the socks were dropped technically during the postseason of season 21, Clark found that his stats and skills were still increased under the effect of the Ambitious modification, even as the next Earlseason began.

Perplexed by the source of this phenomenon, Clark searched his batting bag for a cause and uncovered an unlikely stowaway: a palm-sized scarab beetle that resembled the Overperforming modification symbol, made of an unknown digital substance. Clark was concerned at first that he could have introduced an invasive species to the environment, but the green beetle—or “Greetle,” as Clark later nicknamed it—was evidently less organic and more computerized in nature.

The Greetle and Clark became fast friends, not least because of the unusual ability the Greetle gave off to improve Clark’s batting skills under the radar of the Coin. Clark feeds the Greetle various Snacks and often spends evenings watching bug-themed movies with it, such as Bleetlejuice and A Blug’s Life.

When asked in an interview about the Greetle, Tot Clark said that he found it funny that “despite being alive for more than two millennia, I still got caught by a bug.”

The Riot in the Stands

In season 22, on Day 60, Malik Destiny and Tot Clark were made Unstable, in an unsettling mirror of events years prior. While Destiny was a Fire Eater, Clark was not, and many feared for his safety. The frenzied and profanity-laden cries of the crowd were amplified to such a degree by the Big Garage’s Psychoacoustics system that umpires were unable to enter the Garage or to get anywhere near the unstable Clark. This event, known as the Riot in the Stands, the Swear Ward or Soliswearity, was so powerful that it was picked up by the seismometers of several nearby universities. In an interview, Clark said it was “pretty f🎸in’ sick”.

Shark Fighter Tot Clark

In season 23, Clark acquired an item that originally belonged to a Replica of a former Garages player — the Batter Ring Ram Chorby’s Soul. As the item contained some manner of mirroring of the original eDensity of the Vaulted player, it made Clark a magnet for Consumers. Clark worked to make the best of a bad situation and took it as a chance to protect the team from shark-toothed danger, while shouting quite a few wrestling catchphrases throughout his season-long battle with the deep sea. He considered this effort a continuation of his and teammate Penelope Mathews’s original first blows against the Consumers in Season β16, and clarified that this did not count toward his pregame ritual as Consumers do not have bones.


Clark was incinerated at the beginning of season 24, the first of many tragedies to befall the Seattle Garages that season. He was reportedly sighted leaving the Secret Base moments after his death, for just long enough to give his teammates a hug before finally succumbing to the flames.

Clark was replaced by his longtime friend and musical collaborator Marion Shriffle.


  • During the season 11 championship, a number of Garages fans took to shouting "🏞️ SPAM🏞️ THIS 🏞️  PARK  🏞️ TO 🏞️  HELP 🏞️  TOT 🏞️  CLARK🏞️"to encourage Clark’s performance. The volume of the shouts was enough to override the Sunbeams’ Jumbotron during the game.

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Tot Clark is an immortal who has been living for an unknown amount of time. When asked how long, ze simply said “a long time.” However, ze is most known for hir sculptures rather than hir lengthy history, as ze picked up the art around the start of the 1900s and has since been seen in smaller art circles across the world.

Ze is never seen in public without bandages on, ranging from just around hir arms to covering hir entire body, including hir lower face. Ze is married to Luis Acevedo of the Baltimore Crabs, and is rumoured to have something to do with their resurrection in the late 1990s. Nothing on the subject has been confirmed by either of them.

History in Sculpture

According to an interview with Clark, ze picked up sculpture in 1898, after an incident involving Thomas Dracaena and Luis Acevedo that none of the three have gone into detail about. Most of hir older pieces are either lost to time or kept in hir home; when asked if ze had any plans to show them publicly, ze simply stated “no, thanks.”

Some of hir most recent pieces are kept in local Seattle museums, including a painted sculpture of an extinct flower that ze cited as a collaboration with hir husband. Due to complications involving hir sculptures of animals, people, or anything that could be construed as possibly “sentient,” the only pieces on public display are those of plants or inanimate, ordinary objects.

These previously mentioned complications are the tendency for Clark’s sculptures of those subjects to “come alive” once they are finished. Pieces that do this are now roaming free, housed in the Big Garage, or, in the case of a collection of around ten two-inch tall kitten statues, found in Clark’s pockets and in hir hair. Reported living statues that have been seen wild in Seattle and Baltimore include (but are not limited to):

  • Several crabs, of varying colors and species
  • A slightly larger than average wolf with flowers carved into its fur
  • Three birds, living together on the roof of the Big Garage, or seen on Betsy Trombone’s shoulder

Clark has been known to trade carefully made doll furniture with Montgomery Bullock in exchange for crochet dolls of hir teammates. A recorded statement from Jaylen Hotdogfingers states that she’s “pretty sure ze does it to [mess] with [them]” and that “it’s one of the most things ze’s done of all time, for sure.”

When asked if ze still had time to do sculpture while playing Blaseball, ze held up hands with traces of dry clay on them, and also said that “the Garages rotation is long enough to have enough time to do whatever [ze] wants.”


Clark is the bass player for the Seattle Garages Vibration Exaltation. He played third bass in short-lived all-bass supergroup Basses Loaded.

Fan Works


Tot Clark is the focus of the following songs:

Additionally, Tot Clark is mentioned in the following songs: