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On Season 24, Day 79, Doyle gained the Unstable modification as the result of a Night Shift between themselves and Munavoi Rochester, where no observable roster change was made and Doyle remained on the Jazz Hands' lineup.
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
Doyle is a literal baby, and no one but The Commissioner knows how they manage to wield a Blaseball Blatt. A core component of the Jazz Hands' offense, their short legs and and lack of object permanence make them a slight liability on defense.
Birthed from a heap of nuclear slag at Rocky Flats Plant, Colorado, Doyle's naissance is of ritual significance to the Church St. Marie Curie of the Holy Geiger Counter. Doyle is technically a free agent, but has to get their mom to sign all the paperwork for them given their radioactivity, juvenile illiteracy, and inability to hold a pen in their fat little baby hands.
Doyle bears a striking resemblance to the baby pictures of Fynn Doyle and the late Morrow Doyle. Combined with their unusual birth, many among the Jazz Hands Band believe this indicates Baby Doyle has traveled to the present to play against the other Doyles. The exact reason this would be the case is unclear, but whenever Morrow Doyle's name was mentioned in the presence of Baby Doyle, they would fall silent for a moment before struggling to escape their crib. After Morrow Doyle's incineration on Season 4, Day 98, Baby Doyle merely crosses their arms and starts nodding at their mention.
After Baby Doyle siphoned some of Fynn Doyle's blood, fans began reporting sensations of time dilation and distortion whenever Baby Doyle was at bat. It is unclear whether this was due to a minor time paradox caused by the Fynn-Baby intersection, or just a natural result of Baby Doyle accumulating more sanguine power.
During the Season 8 Elections, Baby Doyle was playing their swanee whistle during play time, supervised by Holden Stanton. While playing, the time distortions surrounding Doyle grew to a fever pitch, until at last they shattered as Doyle played a heretofore unheard tune: the Sheet Music of the Universe. After that day, Doyle had an uncanny ability for hitting blaseballs and appearing at meals just in time for food. Some fans believed this was due to an unleashed precognitive ability. When asked to comment on these rumors, Doyle gurgled happily and gave no further response, as they had not developed speech yet.
Baby Doyle at bat, by Bunni
Baby Doyle's Jazz Hands ID, by @VoxiSour
Baby Doyle's ID portrait, by @VoxiSour
A Mini-Blaseballer of Baby Doyle, by @HetreaSky
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