Vito Kravitz was a lineup player for the LA Unlimited Tacos, and was with the team from Season β4, Day 28 until Fall Ball. Kravitz has previously played for the Boston Flowers.
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Kravitz joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Boston Flowers after the incineration of Isaac Rubberman on Season β3, Day 82.
On Season β4, Day 28, Kravitz was exchanged to the Unlimited Tacos due to Feedback. Kravitz was replaced by Moses Mason.
At the end of Season 4, Kravitz was affected by the Alternate Reality Decree, resulting in an increase in hitting stats from to .
During the Season β7, Day 93 game against the Boston Flowers, Kravitz received a -star boost to all stats.
On Season β9, Day 10, Kravitz's hitting ability was siphoned by Baltimore Crabs batter Luis Acevedo in a game with Blooddrain weather. This dropped Kravitz's batting from to .
During the Coffee Cup, Kravitz played for the Milk Proxy Society as a lineup player.
In the Season β13 elections, Kravitz was moved to the Tacos' Shadows as a result of the Foreshadow Will. They were replaced by Nicholas Vincent.
During the Season β14 elections, Kravitz was sent to the Rotation in exchange for Sexton Wheerer as a result of the Foreshadow Will.
On Season β20, day 34, Kravitz retreated to the Tacos' Shadows in exchange for McBaseball Clembons as a result of the Al Pastor Memorial Park's Fax Machine. On Day 67, Kravitz rejoined the active roster in exchange for McBaseball Clembons via the Fax Machine.
On Season β22, Day 67, Kravitz retreated the the Tacos' Shadows in exchange for McBaseball Clembons as a result of the Al Pastor Memorial Park's Fax Machine. On Day 81, Kravitz joined the Tacos' pitching rotation once more in exchange for McBaseball Clembons via the Fax Machine. On Day 85, Kravitz again retreated to the Tacos' Shadows in exchange for McBaseball Clembons via the Fax Machine. On Day 94, Kravitz rejoined the Tacos' pitching rotation in exchange for Lucas Petty via the Fax Machine.
During the Season β22 elections, Kravitz was moved to the Tacos' Shadows as a result of the Move Will.
Over the course of Season β23, Kravitz entered and exited the Tacos' Shadows five times as a result of Al Pastor Memorial Park Voicemail events, ending the Season on the lineup.
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
Vito Kravitz's appearance is that of a 5'3" animated skeleton, dressed in a ragged Pelle Pelle 1981 leather jacket with the pockets stuffed full of dandelions (for good luck) which he wears over his Blaseball Uniform, and a pair of triangular cat-eye sunglasses. This fashion statement is supported by fellow Flowers player King Weatherman, despite being a departure from his own sense of personal style.
Vito Kravitz owned and operated a used car dealership, Krazy Kravitz's Used Automobile Emporium, prior to his death several decades ago. However, his desire to sell used cars was so great he transcended death to return to the mortal plane as the undead. During one of his joy rides in his 1959 Cadillac Flower Car, he crashed into the side of a Blaseball stadium just as Rubberman was incinerated. After the team pulled him from the wreckage, Flowers captain Beck Whitney noticed his potential, and as there was now an opening, he was immediately recruited into the team.
Despite his public insistence that he is dedicated to the splort, his enthusiasm towards vehicles is still well documented, and it is not uncommon for him to attempt to ply his former trade while on the field. He is well known for his frequent arguments that cars should be included in Blaseball, and has taken to driving his car around the bases much to the chagrin of his team mates. The crowd can often be heard chanting "Kravitz please remove your car from the pitch. Again, Kravitz please remove your car from the pitch, that is not a legal move."
Upon joining the Tacos, Kravitz was given a once-over by Basilio Mason, who then demanded the jacket be handed to him. When returned, the jacket looked brand new. Every nick was fixed, each patch was re-sewn, and some were replaced. Missing were the dandelions stuffed in the pockets, only to be replaced by a dandelion patch on the left breast pocket. Tiny letters reading "VK f BF" were embroidered by the stem.
After Kravitz received the Alternate Reality decree, fans noticed his suit, once loosely draped atop his skeletal shape, had been stuffed full of cash. This came as a shock to both his teammates and fans, as he had seemed to have given up his ways as a used car salesman shortly after joining the Unlimited Tacos.
As a capitalist, Alternate Reality Kravitz reopened his car shop, began a Blitcoin mining scheme, and refused to eat any taco that cost less than one hundred dollars. While not eating tacos, Kravitz was often seen smoking cigars. He also seemed to have grown a goatee, despite the fact that he is purely bone. When asked the reason for his newfound love of capitalism, while still being on a team with maximum Anticapitalism, he explained that in his rift of Los Angeli, the Tacos were reigning Blaseball champions, and had amassed great wealth.
However, after learning that Los Angeli had infinite rifts of existence, Kravitz realized he could simply take a bus to his original dimension, and direct Kravitz Prime back to his original rift. Though for reasons beyond our understanding, Alternate Kravitz is still contractually obligated to play games for the Unlimited Tacos.
Vito with one of his cars by ShorterSneakier
Vito Kravitz showing off by @jellorain_
Vito x Mound pitching gif by T Applesmith
Art by @Fancymancer
Vito Kravitz by @DrifterSoda
Joker of Swords, by @birbteef