Official League Records
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
Testimony on Cordula Standlake's Identity
Rumor has it a spirit rose out of Lake Waiau, a figure with a deep connection to the water and the islands of Hawai‘i. Standing tall and strong, the spirit has long flowing hair with pinks and white blending together. Flowers and vines grow out of her, weaving in and around her body. Some even say they came out of the lake holding a bat and ball. That was the birth of Cordula Standlake. Very little is known about that day, or why they chose to play blaseball, but none have questioned her skill in the game.
After joining the team, Standlake quickly fit in with the rest of the Fridays. They were already old friends with teammate Spears Taylor as the two allegedly attended high school together, and many other players on the team soon grew to see them as a fun aunt figure. When not on the field or practicing their batting, Standlake often spends their time out enjoying nature. They can be found campaigning for the preservation of the Hawaiian islands and the Pacific Ocean, usually working closely with their fellow teammates and activist Yasslyn Statter Jr. Similarly, Standlake and Beck Whitney often spend their downtime gardening, both on land and underwater. Standlake is also currently in a loving queer platonic relationship with their bird spouse. When asked about it in interviews, they have stated that they “definitely didn’t just get legally married for the tax benefits”.