Beta/Season 1

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This page is about the first season of Beta. For the current era, see Season 1.

Season 1, the inaugural season of the newly-returned Internet League Blaseball, began on July 20, 2020. The regular season ended on July 24. The postseason and first Internet Series since Blaseball's return occurred on July 25.

Season 1 concluded with the Philly Pies sweeping the Chicago Firefighters in three games to win the first Internet Series championship title.

Notable Events

The "Return" of Blaseball

Internet League Blaseball first became observable on July 20, 2020, with the introduction of 20 teams across the Good League and Evil League. Official sources such as The Blaseball Beat refer to this as the "revival" of Blaseball, marking "the first Internet Series since the splort returned," confirming that Blaseball has always existed.[1]


The Good League Record The Evil League Record
Lawful Good Lawful Evil
Dallas Steaks 🥩* 56-43 Hades Tigers 🐅* 63-36
Chicago Firefighters 🔥* 56-43 Philly Pies 🥧* 53-46
Kansas City Breath Mints 🍬 47-52 Mexico City Wild Wings 🍗 47-52
San Francisco Lovers 💋 39-60 Moab Sunbeams 🌞 40-59
Los Angeles Tacos 🌮 35-64 Baltimore Crabs 🦀 38-61
Chaotic Good Chaotic Evil
Yellowstone Magic * 63-36 Breckenridge Jazz Hands 👐* 58-41
Boston Flowers 🌹* 53-46 Houston Spies 🕵️* 53-46
Charleston Shoe Thieves 👟 51-48 Miami Dale 🚤 51-48
Hawai'i Fridays 🏝️ 48-51 Canada Moist Talkers 🗣️ 50-49
New York Millennials 📱 46-53 Seattle Garages 🎸 43-56

* Denotes teams that advanced to the playoffs.

Divine Favor

Ties: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Team: 💋 🌮 🥩 🍬 🔥 👟 🌹 🏝️ 📱 🦀 🥧 🌞 🍗 🐅 🗣️ 🕵️ 🚤 🎸 👐


Teams that advanced to the postseason:

The Philly Pies went on an undefeated run in the postseason to win the championship.

  Round of 8 Round of 4 Internet Series
  1 Yellowstone Magic 0  
4 Boston Flowers 3  
  4 Boston Flowers 1  
Good League
  3 Chicago Firefighters 3  
2 Dallas Steaks 1
  3 Chicago Firefighters 3  
    GL Chicago Firefighters 0
  EL Philly Pies 3
  1 Hades Tigers 2  
4 Houston Spies 3  
  4 Houston Spies 0
Evil League
  3 Philly Pies 3  
2 Breckenridge Jazz Hands 0
  3 Philly Pies 3  

Election Ballot


The election form stated: "Only 1 Decree will go into effect. The Decree with the most votes from the community wins."

Icon Name Effect
Redistribute Wealth The top five players from the Internet Series champion will be distributed to five other random teams in the league.
Relegation The last place team in the league will be eliminated from the league, and replaced with a new team.
Open the Forbidden Book It is Forbidden.


Name Effect
Team Boost Your team goes to a team-building workshop. This will boost your team's stats overall by 6%.
Hitting Boost Give your players cups of Yes Plz coffee. This will boost your team's hitting by 10%.
Pitching Boost Your pitchers each grow an extra finger. This will boost your team's pitching by 10%.
Max Out Hitter This will max out the hitting stats of a random hitter on your team.
Max Out Pitcher This will max out the hitting stats of a random pitcher on your team.
Steal Best Hitter This will steal the highest rated hitter in the league to your team.
Steal Best Pitcher This will steal the highest rated pitcher in the league to your team.
Randomize Players Your five worst players will be sent into deep hypnosis, randomizing their stats.

Election Results

At the conclusion of the season, the following were enacted:



List of Blessings Results:

Mystery Blessings

After Season 1 blessings were awarded, the umpire ump_chaff announced two more blessings that "happened at the same time as the regular election but were not officially part of said election." The umpire then stated, "I've added these transactions to the site as public knowledge."

During the elections, after blessings were processed, Nicholas Mora and Yazmin Mason swapped teams, with no indication as to why. This may have been a third mystery blessing that was never recorded.[2]

During the fourth Inside A Blaseball stream, the developers revealed that these mystery blessings were most likely due to a bug that caused the election to run multiple times.[3] According to the developers, this bug likely also overwrote a version of the election where the Yellowstone Magic won several blessings - the team would go on to not win a single blessing until Season β8.