Hawai'i Fridays/Gamma/Season 1

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Blaseball returned in the Short Circuits, first visible to fans in Gamma 2, Season 1. With two seasons in this first Circuit, the Fridays would have a chance to recover from the depths of the bracket they found themselves in this season.


Lineup Rotation




  • Teamicon fridays.png
    Long Distance Call
    • Long Distance Call blessed the Hawai'i Fridays.
      • Legend Grade's Alternate is called.
        • +  Alternate
        • Combined 9.9 10.1
      • Garnet Konk's Alternate is called.
        • +  Alternate
        • Combined 7.6 7.8
      • Milo Kiddo's Alternate is called.
        • +  Alternate
        • Combined 7.3 9.8
      • Seven Firestone's Alternate is called.
        • +  Alternate
        • Combined 8.2 12.2
    • The Fridays had 3% of the Votes
      Highest Bidder - The Mechanics with 22%

Season Overview

In this Short Circuit, the Fridays were a low performing team, with more wins only than the Tokyo Lift. While some batters held decent stats, the team's pitchers were poor and the lineup players were generally weak defenders. This season saw Amplifications guarantee the team a boost, which went to improve the team's defense, and the team won a Distortion - this season's equivalent of Blessings - which alternated and boosted the four worst batters in the team's lineup.

The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.

The islands in this alternate universe seemed largely similar to that of the Hawai‘i seen in the mainline Blaseball universe. However, many of the players seemed to be of a mysterious or magical origin. It is likely that this universe's Fridays have seen cosmic meddling of an entirely different type than that of other incarnations of the team.