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Wallace never played in the Underleagues, but is alleged to be a former Glolf player who defected to Blaseball after the destruction of the splort. Wallace described these allegations as "libelous, but essentially true."
Wallace was once officially cautioned by an Umpire for attempting to use an opposing infielder as a bat, which was ruled illegal interference.
During a Season 3 game against the Hawai'i Fridays, it came to the attention of the crowd that Wallace was, in fact, a 12 foot tall skeleton Halloween decoration purchased from a chain hardware store.
Antonio Wallace became a successful salvage driver after joining the Canada Moist Talkers, though despite leaving the Charleston Shoe Thieves his penchant for acquiring shoes remained throughout his career. Wallace's work locating and diving to The Antelope, the key ship referenced in the iconic Canadian song "Barrett's Privateers", earned him national praise. While he refused to give up this salvage to the proper authorities or inform others of the wreck's location, his willingness to let museum curators "just take like, a quick peek" of Barrett's shoes was enough to satiate public interest for a time. Halifax's resident medical expert Mooney Doctor believed that Wallace's driving proficiency came from both his lack of lungs and what Mooney Doctor referred to as "an unreal hankering for military shoes that transcends mortal limits."
Wallace specialized in stealing historical military footwear.