Official League Record
Bentley joined the ILB as a pitcher for the New York Millennials with the Return of Blaseball. Bentley was switched to a lineup player for the same team as a result of the "The Best Defense" blessing at the end of Season 6, swapping positions with Penelope Mathews, the team's worst hitter.
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Born and raised in Yonkers, NY, the New York native pursued art before turning to blaseball.
Bentley has been active in New York City's rap community since XX04 under the pseudonym Orange Arnage. Bentley mentioned in a tell-all interview that he was inspired to "pick up the mic" by a collection of Stretch and Bobbito bootleg tapes given to him by his older cousin.
His first mixtape, released in XX05, was met with modest support from locals. Bentley’s XX07 follow-up full length tape earned praise from fellow New York City rappers U-God and Jadakiss as well as producer Harry Fraud.
Bentley's sophomore LP was delayed multiple times during negotiations with labels, but ultimately a deal never materialized. After un-mastered demos from these sessions were leaked by hackers, Bentley stepped away from rap professionally and began a career in Blaseball with the Millennials.
Most recently, Bentley can be seen in the background of the music video for "Euro Step" by Buffalo rapper Westside Gunn. Bentley says he still listens "voraciously" but is "too busy with blaseball" to return to making music for now.
Tabloids have speculated that Bentley's sudden retirement from rapping is due to him sacrificing his creative abilities to a dark power in order to make himself and the Millennials stronger at blaseball.
Also he is a Mai Tai.
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