Hellmouth Sunbeams/Season 13

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In Season β13 the Hellmouth Sunbeams finished eighth in the Wild League, and 14th in the ILB, winning two blessings and benefiting from an additional three in the in the Season β13 Elections.

Scoring the most runs in the league, the Sunbeams had nothing to show for it. Falling behind their Wild League companions in the standings, the Sunbeams had made peace with a suboptimal finish early in to the season. They found themselves more occupied with funding a newly-sanctioned Ballpark, and the eventual incineration of Sutton Bishop.

Starting Roster

Season β13 Starting Roster
Lineup Rotation

Season Events


Roster Changes

In Season β13 the Sunbeams were drained of blood three times and subject to one incineration.

Notable Games

In Season β13 some notable games for the Sunbeams include:

  • On Day 22 Aldon Cashmoney hit for the first recorded natural cycle (Watch here on Before).
  • On Day 98 the Jazzbeams share yet another Double Incineration (Watch here on Before).

Election Outcomes


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    • The Sunbeams vote to infuse Nagomi Nava.
    • Nagomi Nava is Infused.
      • Combined 10.0 14.8
    • Infuse - 50% of all Sunbeams Will Votes
      This Filing - 12% of Sunbeams Infuse Votes
      Final Odds - 6% chance of happening.
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    • The Sunbeams chose to bring Jayden Wright forth from the shadows, via a foreshadow swap with Eugenia Bickle.
    • The Sunbeams made a roster move.
    • Eugenia Bickle entered the Shadows.
      • Combined 10.7 11.4
    • Foreshadow - 10% of all Sunbeams Will Votes
      This Filing - 18% of Sunbeams Foreshadow Votes
      Final Odds - 2% chance of happening.


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    Hitting Flotation Bubble blessed the LA Unlimited Tacos.
    • Flotation Protocols Activated for the Wild Low.
      • Batting 3.4 3.6
    • Hahn Fox's hitting was boosted.
      • Batting 4.3 4.5
    • Hendricks Richardson's hitting was boosted.
      • Batting 2.7 3.0
    • Dudley Mueller's hitting was boosted.
      • Batting 5.0 5.2
    • Kaj Statter Jr.'s hitting was boosted.
      • Batting 2.1 2.4
    • Sigmund Castillo's hitting was boosted.
      • Batting 3.0 3.2
    • Igneus Delacruz's hitting was boosted.
      • Batting 2.5 2.7
    • Richmond Harrison's hitting was boosted.
      • Batting 3.3 3.5
    • Nagomi Nava's hitting was boosted.
      • Batting 5.2 5.4
    • The Tacos had 16% of the Votes
      Highest Bidder - The Crabs with 23%
      420,914 votes were cast.
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    Defense Flotation Bubble blessed the Houston Spies.
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    Baserunning Flotation Bubble blessed the Boston Flowers.
    • Flotation Protocols Activated for the Wild Low.
      • Baserunning 2.9 3.2
    • Hahn Fox's baserunning was boosted.
      • Baserunning 3.7 3.9
    • Hendricks Richardson's baserunning was boosted.
      • Baserunning 3.2 3.4
    • Dudley Mueller's baserunning was boosted.
      • Baserunning 3.2 3.4
    • Kaj Statter Jr.'s baserunning was boosted.
      • Baserunning 1.7 1.9
    • Sigmund Castillo's baserunning was boosted.
      • Baserunning 4.5 4.7
    • Igneus Delacruz's baserunning was boosted.
      • Baserunning 1.3 1.7
    • Richmond Harrison's baserunning was boosted.
      • Baserunning 3.2 3.4
    • Nagomi Nava's baserunning was boosted.
      • Baserunning 4.3 4.5
    • The Flowers had 14% of the Votes
      They were the highest bidders.
      163,311 votes were cast.
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    Peanut Butter blessed the Hellmouth Sunbeams.
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    Pitching Flotation Bubble blessed the Hellmouth Sunbeams.
    • Flotation Protocols Activated for the Wild Low.
      • Pitching 2.7 2.9
    • Sandoval Crossing's pitching was boosted.
      • Pitching 3.1 3.3
    • Zack Sanders' pitching was boosted.
      • Pitching 2.4 2.6
    • Jayden Wright's pitching was boosted.
      • Pitching 3.7 3.9
    • Lars Taylor's pitching was boosted.
      • Pitching 1.5 1.8
    • Miguel James' pitching was boosted.
      • Pitching 3.2 3.4
    • The Sunbeams had 34% of the Votes
      They were the highest bidders.
      181,690 votes were cast.

Season Overview

The Season β13 Spiral

The following summary mixes canon events with community lore.

“Are you sure it doesn't bite?”
by @pitayapandi

Before the season even started, new teammate Aldon Cashmoney had unintentionally enabled every one of the teams' impulsive desires in the wake of Nerd Pacheco's trade to Hades, funding whatever they wished with no restrictions, and opening up a world of possibilities to a team that typically did not engage in currency at all. This largesse, however exciting, distracted the Sunbeams as they entered the first full season of the new Expansion Era.

Despite having star hitters Cashmoney and Dudley Mueller, the team performed horribly. Only managing to place higher than their new divisionmates, the truly abysmal Ohio Worms, the Sunbeams failed to qualify for postseason. With only four players partying, it seemed like the team really was simply trying to get the season over with.

So Nice, We Did It Twice

Only two days before the end of the season, a familiar tragedy struck while playing the Breckenridge Jazz Hands. In a twisted mirror of Season β3's double-incineration game, the Umpires targeted the Jazz Hands first, incinerating Combs Estes.[1] Then, Sunbeams batter Sutton Bishop was incinerated a mere four pitches from the game's end in the league's first recorded incineration during extra innings. Despite the goose's reputation as being destructive and difficult to handle, the team was devastated by its loss, resulting in a frosty reception to its replacement Kaj Statter Jr., who first burst into play on Day 99, causing significant damage to The Pocket before partying and stealing home.

The Election proved fortuitous, with Wild Low predictably sweeping all four "Bubble" blessings, but the season's three roster changes left the team in a state of bewilderment, grief, and confusion. The pitching staff soon found themselves having to integrate rookie Jayden Wright — the first change to the Sunbeams’ rotation since the Return of Blaseball. With the overall uptick in incinerations and leaguewide shuffling of players, the team was already feeling the chaos of a new era.

  1. Ending a week that had consisted of an allergic reaction, being reverbed to the lineup, and a blooddrain.