SCP-2206 Maximum League Baseball | object class euclid | Sport / Extradimensional scp

SCP-2206 “Maximum League Baseball” Object Class: Euclid Item #: SCP-2206 Object Class: Euclid Special Containment Procedures: Containment
of SCP-2206 is currently unfeasible due to the number and distribution of its broadcasting
locations. To combat growing public awareness of SCP-2206,
a mass disinformation campaign has been launched with the goal of disguising SCP-2206 as a
work of fiction. To this end, the following actions have been,
will be, and/or are continuing to be taken: The creation of a fictional website for SCP-2206,
describing it as a radio show parodying popular sports talk radio. The creation of SCP-2206 merchandise, sold
through an online storefront on the aforementioned website. The creation of advertisements for SCP-2206,
memetically engineered to decrease listeners’ willingness to believe that SCP-2206 is anything
other than a work of fiction. The staging of live shows emulating SCP-2206
broadcasts, performed by Mobile Task Force Lambda-30 (“Sports Casting Performers”). Efforts to locate and neutralize the source
of SCP-2206 are ongoing. Description: SCP-2206 is a series of radio
broadcasts that began occurring throughout the continental United States in 2008. These broadcasts mainly occur during the local
evening, usually coinciding with a region’s baseball games. While it is possible to trace individual instances
of SCP-2206 back to their apparent broadcasting locations, no source has been found for them. It is currently theorized that SCP-2206 is
an inter-universal broadcast from an alternate universe significantly different from our
own. The content of SCP-2206 is a sports commentary
and discussion show. While the focus of this show is a sport referred
to as baseball, this sport is significantly different from any known version of baseball
played on Earth. Differences include: Batters do not receive walks. The only way to get on base is to successfully
hit the ball. Bats are constructed from aluminum or lightweight
composites, instead of the northern white ash wood typically used in the construction
of professional-level bats. A larger playing field. The distance between bases has been stated
as being 180 feet (approximately 55 meters), while the distance between home plate and
the furthest point of the back wall has been given as 1600 feet (approximately 490 meters). High-strength fences (constructed from various
different materials) of “great height” entirely surround the field for the protection of spectators. On-field fights between opposing teams are
common, expected, and considered a legitimate manner of contesting an umpire’s call. Serious injuries and fatalities are significantly
more common. The use of steroids and other performance-enhancing
drugs is mandatory. Players are highly divergent from baseline
humans. Genetically-modified and cybernetically-enhanced
humans, sapient ectomorphs, androids, and other anomalous humanoids are present in some
combination on all teams. Fan superstitions appear to be capable of
actually affecting the outcome of a game. The commentators for SCP-2206, who are by
all indications baseline humans, treat these differences as usual and normal, providing
commentary very similar in tone and style to that of a normal sports talk radio show. The following teams are known to currently
play SCP-2206 baseball. Team League MLB Counterpart Notes Anaheim Avengers American Los Angeles Angels
of Anaheim While it has been stated that they are the second team in history from Anaheim,
it is currently unknown what happened to the first. Atlanta Aztecs National Atlanta Braves In
lieu of an opening pitch, the team starts their home games by ritually sacrificing a
B-list celebrity. Baltimore Terrapins American Baltimore Orioles
Although they are named after the Maryland state reptile, their mascot is apparently
a three-ton, acid-spitting lizard capable of launching poisonous spines from its back. It is possible that in SCP-2206’s universe,
this is the state reptile of Maryland. Boston Red Shirts American Boston Red Sox
Currently holds the record for most fatalities sustained in a single game, set during a 1903
game against the New York Highlanders. After losing their entire roster, the Red
Shirts began drafting spectators onto the team. They eventually won 1-0. Chicago Black Sox American Chicago White Sox
Conspired to fix the 1919 World Series, which they lost in a four-game sweep, to the confusion
of all involved. Chicago Orphans National Chicago Cubs The
team has been without a manager, owner, and coaching staff since 1897, and were evicted
from their ballpark in 1902. Despite this, they are one of the most successful
teams in SCP-2206 baseball, having claimed over 20 World Series titles. Cincinnati Communists National Cincinnati
Reds Between 1952 and 1993, the entire team was illegal under US law. Cleveland Exiles American Cleveland Indians
The team has not played a single game in Cleveland since 1900. Colorado Blizzards National Colorado Rockies
Their stadium is perpetually buried under a meter of snow, providing them with a significant
home field advantage. Detroit Wolverines American Detroit Tigers
Members of the team appear to be immortal. Florida Flounders National Miami Marlins As
the only entirely amphibious team, they represent the United States in the Pisces Cup, a five-game
series played against the Atlantis Aquatics. By Atlantean lore, the possessor of the cup
has fishing rights to the North Atlantic. Houston Colt .45s American Houston Astros
Singularly responsible for the 1972 ban on the use of firearms during play. Kansas City Kings American Kansas City Royals
Actually two teams, one from Kansas City, Missouri, and one from Kansas City, Kansas,
both of which claim to be the rightful heirs to the title of Kansas City Kings. Los Angeles Defectors National Los Angeles
Dodgers Originally the Brooklyn Excelsiors, in 1958 the entire team, stadium, and ownership
were transplanted to Los Angeles overnight, narrowly escaping an assassination plot orchestrated
by the New York Highlanders. Minnesota Clones American Minnesota Twins
Notable for being the first team to make extensive use of cloned players, earning them their
name. Their roster has remained unchanged since
1985, consisting entirely of genetic clones of previous players. Montreal Volcanoes National Washington Nationals
Their home games are played inside the active volcano of Mount Royal. This resulted in the incineration of the entire
team, along with their opponents, the Toronto Razors, and thousands of spectators when the
volcano erupted during Game Five of the 2005 Pearson Cup. New York Highlanders American New York Yankees
Repeatedly referred to as “The Most Hated Team in Baseball” by various SCP-2206 commentators,
the New York Highlanders have a history of using tactics considered underhanded even
by SCP-2206 standards. After forcing their fellow New York teams,
the New York Gothams and the Brooklyn Excelsiors, to flee the city in 1958, they remained the
sole SCP-2206 baseball team in New York until the formation of the New York Urbans in 1961. New York Urbans National New York Mets Nicknamed
“The Murderin’ Urbans” in 1969, due to their assassination of the entire roster of the
Baltimore Terrapins on the eve of Game One of that year’s World Series. As a direct result, off-field murder was banned
the following season. This ban would not be lifted until 2000. Oakland Elephants American Oakland Athletics
Spectators are physically incapable of forgetting their games. Philadelphia Phantoms National Philadelphia
Phillies From their inception, the entire team has been cursed to haunt their stadium
as “ghosts”4 until they can go an entire season without losing a game. Their ability to complete this goal is hindered
by their inability to play away games. Phoenix Firebirds National Arizona Diamondbacks
First team to play in a stadium with a fireproof roof. Pittsburgh Rebels National Pittsburgh Pirates
Staged an uprising against the Commissioner of Baseball in 2010, which ended in failure
after the Commissioner killed his assailants with his “death stare”. San Diego Whales National San Diego Padres
Players have repeatedly been the targets of Japanese whaling ships, despite not actually
being whales. San Francisco Ghosts National San Francisco
Giants Originally the New York Gothams, in 1958 the entire team, stadium, and ownership
were transplanted to San Francisco overnight, after narrowly failing to escape an assassination
plot orchestrated by the New York Highlanders. Seattle Storms American Seattle Mariners The
entire team was banned for the duration of the 2009 season after using divine intervention
from multiple weather gods to influence the outcomes of their games, including the American
League Championship Series. SCP-2206 baseball rules limit teams to one
patron deity per season. Seattle Autopilots National Milwaukee Brewers
The team’s roster includes two self-driving cars, four unmanned aerial vehicles, and three
autonomous vacuum cleaners. It is unknown how they are able to play baseball. St. Louis Cardinals National St. Louis Cardinals
Although they share a name with our universe’s St. Louis Cardinals, the SCP-2206 Cardinals
have an actual Catholic Cardinal as their mascot, who is an ordained bishop of the Roman
Catholic Church and a member of the College of Cardinals. This is in contrast to our universe’s St.
Louis Cardinals, who do not. Tampa Bay Devils American Tampa Bay Rays Player
salaries are paid in human souls. Texas Renegades American Texas Rangers In
1993 the entire team quit baseball and formed a basketball team, only to return to baseball
in 1995. Toronto Razors American Toronto Blue Jays
As part of Ontario’s ongoing war against facial hair, the team offers free shaves to spectators.

9 thoughts on “SCP-2206 Maximum League Baseball | object class euclid | Sport / Extradimensional scp

  1. Based on "SCP-2206 — Maximum League Baseball", written for the SCP Foundation Wiki by M.T. Bade (GreenWolf). Original text can be found here:

  2. "This is in contrast to our universe's Saint Louis Cardinals, who do not."
    The bluntness elicited a stronger-than-usual exhalation from my nostrils.

  3. I literally laughed out loud the first time I heard this SCP. It just keeps getting more and more outlandish as it goes on.

  4. The realism is strong, if Seattle was gonna get banned for anything it would be communing with weather gods to cheat.

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