Felix Garbage is a pitcher for the New York Millennials. Garbage has been with the team since replacing the incinerated Scrap Murphy on Day 46 of Season 2.

Official League Records

Garbage Day

Squaring off against the 38-11 Dallas Steaks on Season 2, Day 50, the Millennials pulled off a surprise win after Garbage dominated the Steaks into extra innings, and a solo home run by star player Thomas Dracaena put the Millennials on top (and the Steaks in Shame) at the bottom of 15 innings. This event is referred to by fans as "Garbage Day."

Garbage Day Final Box Score

Coffee Cup

During the Coffee Cup, Garbage played for the Cold Brew Crew as a lineup player.

Career and Pitching Style


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Dr. Felix Garbage is well known for his innovative double-leg-lift pitching technique, one which no other pitcher has been able to replicate. He attributes his ability to a PhD in Physics, earned from Cornell University in his hometown of Ithaca, New York, where wrote his doctoral thesis on gravitational anomalies in Blaseball rhombi.

The double-leg-lift technique made Dr. Garbage a natural ally of the Millennials in their ancient hatred of the Ground.


Fan Art

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