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"Hope is the thing with feathers!"
Buster Baxter, "The Curse of the Grebes"

Grebes win

The Elwood City Grebes are a professional baseball organization that represents Elwood City that dates back to at least 1918. They are a fictional representation of the Boston Red Sox. They first appear in "Bitzi's Break-up", but played a more prominent role in "The Curse of the Grebes," when they compete in the World Championship (a parody of the World Series). Before the episode, they hadn't won the World Championship for 87 years. Their home venue is Elwood City Stadium.

History

1918 Grebes

The Grebes in the 1918, with Ray Vance up to bat.

The Grebes are named after a bird species native to the Elwood City area which is now rare because of the forest being cut down for urbanization. The team is similar to the Boston Red Sox, as they have players that have slightly altered names as the real 2004 and 2005 Boston Red Sox team. Before their win in the championship, some people believed that the reason the Grebes didn't win a World Championship was because of a curse called the "The Curse of the Grebes".

2004 World Championships

Statistics

According to league statistics the Grebes were better than the Kings, although the Kings manage to force the series to Game 7. These are the statistics for the most popular Grebes
Elwood City Grebes Statistics vs. Crown City Kings Statistics

The Grebes are better! A chart made by the Brain.

players.
  • Playmon, hits .375 and .465 on base percentage
  • Batería is the best shortstop in the league.
  • Winlin has 27 saves and a 2.1 ERA.

Series Outcome

An informative table of which teams win which games in the series.

Game Number Winner Score Last at Bat of the Game
1 Elwood City Grebes N/A
2 Crown City Kings 6-3 Muckey Flint, #9 batter, Home Run.
3 Elwood City Grebes N/A
4 Elwood City Grebes N/A
5 Crown City Kings 3-1
6 Crown City Kings N/A N/A, Grebes lose from error.
7 Elwood City Grebes 11-10 Playmon hits a walk-off Grand Slam.

Players

Former Players