Ohio Worms

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The Ohio Worms are an Internet League Blaseball team in the Wild Low Division of the Wild League. They have been a part of the league since Season 12.

Roster

Lineup Rotation
Shadows


Former Players

Incinerations

Feedback Swaps

Blessings and Trades

Echoed into Static

Faded to Dust

Season Results

Season 12

In the Season 12 elections, the Worms traded Huber Frumple to the Philly Pies for Farrell Seagull via the Pies' Exchange will. The Worms themselves received their own Exchange will, trading Mindy Kugel to the Seattle Garages for Pitching Machine, and the Infuse will, increasing Huber Frumple's stats post-trade. The Worms also benefitted from the Canada Moist Talkers' Tag Team Hitting blessing, increasing the entire lineup's hitting by 10%.

Notably, the Worms were able to trigger their team modification, Bottom Dweller, despite playing zero games as they were at the bottom of their division, Wild Low.

Season 13

The Worms finished Season 13 with a record of 21-78 and a grand total of 14 wins, entering Party Time on Day 67, a new record.

During the Season 13 elections, the Worms benefited from all four "Bubble" blessings: Pitching Flotation Bubble, Hitting Flotation Bubble, Defense Flotation Bubble, and Baserunning Flotation Bubble, which boosted all four primary stats by 4% each.

The Worms also benefited from the Free Wills decree, giving them a third Will. The Worms received Plunder will, choosing Pitching Machine, who was already a member of the lineup. The will randomly selected Farrell Seagull from the Worms lineup to swap; however, as both players were already in the lineup, no change resulted from this Will. In addition, the Worms received the Exchange will, trading Wanda Schenn to the Chicago Firefighters in return for NaN. They also voted for the Trust will, giving Pitching Machine the Uncertain modification.

Season 14

As one of the many teams that installed PsychoAcoustics for their ballpark, the Worms received their own Wyatt Mason, who was nicknamed Wy8 as they were the eighth one. On Day 86, Mason VIII and Mason III of the Atlantis Georgias echoed each other into static which removed them both from the active rosters.

The Worms' finishing record of 46-53 with 46 wins tied with the Miami Dale. However, the Worms had the divine favor of six whereas the Dale had the divine favor of ten. This prevented the Worms from triggering their team modification, Bottom Dweller, as they were not at the bottom of their division.

In the Season 14 elections, The Worms won the Jam-Packed blessing, awarding them the Jam-Packed modification. They received the Exchange will, trading Enid Marlow to the Baltimore Crabs in exchange for Luis Acevedo. They also voted for the Foreshadow will, sending Persephone Splotter to the Shadows in exchange for Xandra Pancakes.

Season 15

In the Season 15 elections, The Worms won the Shadow Pitching Practice blessing, boosting all their shadow players' pitching stars by 1 to 12%. They also won the Epiphany blessing to boost Pitching Machine's divinity by -12%.

The Worms benefited from the Free Wills decree, giving them a third Will. With the Move will, they moved Ephraim Ladd from their rotation to the Shadows. They received the Equivalent Exchange will, trading Luis Acevedo to the Baltimore Crabs in return for Jacoby Podcast. In addition, the Worms received the Transfuse will to infuse Acevedo's pitching stars while outfusing their baserunning stars.

Season 16

The Worms finished third in the league and entered the post-season for the first time. They played against the Houston Spies in the Division Series. In game four when the Spies were up 2-1 in the series, the Spies and the Worms both triggered Sun 2 by scoring 10 runs each which allowed the teams to gain a win. Although the Spies technically reached three wins first, the series was tied 3-3 after the Worms won game four. This allowed the Worms to play one more game in the series which they lost.

In the Season 16 elections, The Worms won the Shadow Batting Practice blessing, boosting all their shadow players' batting stars by 1 to 12%. The Worms moved Cantus Hojo from their lineup to their Shadows via the Move will. They also received the Transfuse will to infuse Patchwork Southwick's pitching stars while outfusing their defense stars.

Season 17

The Worms were unable to replicate the past season's performance. They finished with a record of 55-44 with 56 wins.

In the Season 17 elections, the Worms won zero blessings. However, they did receive the Transfuse will to infuse Jacoby Podcast's pitching stars while outfusing their baserunning stars. In addition, they utilized the Enrich will to gain a seasonal modification, Home Field Advantage, which would grant them one run at the beginning of home games for Season 18.

Season 18

The Worms went on a string, surviving an influx of Consumer Attacks. They finished with a record of 54-45 with 52 wins.

In the Season 18 elections, the Worms won zero blessings. However, they did receive the Move will to move Xandra Pancakes to the Shadows. In addition, they utilized the Shadow Revoke will to remove Tad Seeth from their shadows. This gave Seeth the Roamin' modification and they made their way to the Miami Dale's shadows.

Season 19

Due to Turn Tables becoming Non-Physical Law from the Season 18 Election, the Worms finished the season with 39 Unwins with a record of 38-61. They entered the playoffs as the second seed of Wild Low. The Worms played against the Boston Flowers for the Division series and lost 1-3.

In the Season 19 elections, the Worms won two blessings, Cluttered and Subtractor. Cluttered would allow Scratch Deleuze to play better in Filthier Ballparks. The Subtractor blessing hit Cedric Spliff on the Moist Talkers and made them a Subtractor.

Fan Works

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