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Chillogy: Part 2 - Strike Three... You're Doomed 

Matthew, who loves baseball but isn't very good at it, has the chance to play for his life in a surreal version of the game.

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Daniel Kash ...
Neil Denis ...
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Gil Filar ...
Sam Walters (credit only)
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Matthew Erikson's coach only lets him in his baseball game because the referee reminded that all players must participate - and strikes out, losing the game as the coach predicted. Shutting himself in his room, he tosses his ball to himself - and it falls into the baseball diamond of the model town he and Todd brought home the night before. Taken into Karlsville, he's announced to be the star of that night's game that an invisible crowd watches. But it's a one-man game, where the bases move and lava-flows spring up to keep them out of reach, the pitching machines seem to aim to injure the batter once he's locked into place, and the only other players eventually called in at request are monsters... Written by brainybrailler@comcast.net

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2 May 1998 (Canada)  »

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(74 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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"Chillogy" was the only story completely unassociated with either R.L. Stine's Goosebumps books or short stories ("More Monster Blood" did have some ties, if indirect ones, to the book Monster Blood II) - and the only one which actually did not include Stine as a writer. See more »

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Matthew Erikson: You're trying to hurt me!
Umpire: Quit whining. No wonder you never get to play.
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Green blood drips down the screen in ending credits of every episode. See more »

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Performed by Jack Lenz
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