Ground Friction

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Friction is a force that opposes the relative motion of solid surfaces, fluid layers, and material elements. In Blaseball, ground friction is a player attribute. The enigmatic and indirect means by which blaseball is observed presents a situation in which the nature of ground and friction are not currently knowable.

Ground friction is believed to be a property that influences baserunning in lineup players. It is believed to be a positive number generally between 0.0 and ~1.0.