Özlem Suttner

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Özlem Suttner is a lineup player for the Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams and has been with the team since Season 2, Day 104. Suttner has previously played for the Tokyo Lift, Baltimore Crabs, Miami Dale, Charleston Shoe Thieves, Ohio Worms, Philly Pies, Boston Flowers, and Yellowstone Magic.

Official League Records

Suttner joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Tokyo Lift with the Return(s) of Blaseball.

On Season 2, Day 53 Suttner was Cursed by a Bard Umpire During a Solar Eclipse (Gold) and gained the Can't Lose modification. At the conclusion of Day 54, Suttner began to move teams. Over the course of the season they joined the Baltimore Crabs, Miami Dale, Charleston Shoe Thieves, Ohio Worms, Philly Pies, Boston Flowers, Yellowstone Magic, and Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams.

As a result of winning the Season 2 Internet Series with the Moab Hellmouth Sunbeams, Suttner lost the Can't Lose modification.

The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.

Personal History

Before Blaseball

Özlem Suttner is a Turkish-German bike courier whose services center in Tokyo. Suttner grew up in a remote town in Germany. They learned to ride a bike at a young age and preferred it to walking, even when it would’ve made more sense to walk. As a child, Suttner wanted to be the fastest bike-riding girl in their town; as an adult, they became not only the fastest-riding woman but the fastest rider, period.

Suttner’s courier services began as an internship with their local post office. As they grew, they challenged themself more and more, delivering to nearby towns. They briefly had an independent courier service in Munich, then in Istanbul, before finally reaching their dream city: Tokyo.

Suttner fell quickly in love with Tokyo, and dedicated themself to learning it like the back of their hand. They garnered a reputation for their ability to find anything, anywhere, even if they didn’t know it yet. In fact, Suttner preferred deliveries with unfamiliar destinations, as those presented a more thrilling challenge.


Suttner developed a fascination with the Tokyo Fitness Center because the building seemed to move locations. In their fascination, they signed up for several community class offerings, including a pottery class taught by kiln tech Katy Hermoso. Suttner was abysmal at pottery, which delighted them, and they signed up for a studio space alongside Hermoso, Gumdrop Che Amran, and Aya Chartreuse.

The four of them connected through pottery, and eventually connected to the city of Tokyo, nicknaming themselves “Throwkyo” after pottery throwing. As the Fitness Center and the Legscraper gradually re-became the home of the Tokyo Lift, the members of Throwkyo felt drawn to the lift. Suttner instantly connected with former BMX biker Tiana Takahashi, developing a teasing friendship.

Collectively, the members of Throwkyo discussed how they were drawn to the team, the dangers of blaseball, and what happened to the prior members of the Lift. Eventually, they decided to join together, in hopes that they could bring joy and splortsmanship to the team.

Blaseball Career

Upon joining blaseball, both Suttner and Takahashi took on the position of Left Ranger on the field. The two of them proceeded to spend more time talking and holding hands than fielding. The two went for frequent bike rides together.

On Season 2, Day 54, Suttner was Cursed by a Bard Umpire to never be able to lose. They received no fewer than three going-away parties: two from the whole team, and a smaller, private affair with the members of Throwkyo. Suttner has refused to say what their Curse feels like, only saying mysteriously once in an interview that it has brought them to “greater challenges.” Fans have debated whether this means the challenges of being Cursed or the challenges of riding a bike in Baltimore. Regardless, Suttner’s competitive spirit seemed a decent match for the curse.


  • Suttner is a practicing hijabi Muslim.
  • Suttner is terrible at giving directions, as most of their directions rely on minute details.
  • Suttner can be identified by their bike helmet, which is plastered with stickers, the largest reading “Tokyo Any%”.